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    MinMuscles is offline New Member
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    Question Lower Lats!!!!!

    My lower lats suck, does anyone have any tips to help me develop them, along with my lat width.
    Thanx.

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    15- 20 sets of shrugs
    5 warm up sets with weight increasing
    10-15 sets starting with your max and working down

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    shrugs? thats for traps

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    My bad on the shrugs, read it wrong.
    For lats:
    Bent over T-bars-same routine but less sets.

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    iso rows/low row/hammer row they have a machine that helps develop the lower lats

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    lat-pulldowns with hands facing toward you with shoulder-width grip

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    rows with a the bottom pulley all the way back squeeze for a count and slowly return. The promblem with back is you incoperate alot of the bi when training. I found that the mind muscle connection has to be utilized to fully work the back muscle. For width try seated row's with the lat pull down bar. Place your thumbs where the bar staryts to curve straight

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