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    alternative for rack chins?

    what's another exercise similiar to this?
    following layne norton's routine.
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    Need to be more clear with your question

    ex: What is an exercise similar to back squats? Answer: front squats

    that's easy

    something like your question

    ex: I need to shoot and kill someone, but I can't use a gun... Answer: crossbow, or rocket launcher

    See, not really a good answer.



    You can do chinups/pullups and try to change the angle of your body I suppose
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    try lat pulls leaning back with back almost parallel to ground.
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    i just do chinups, different than rack chins, yes, but youll live. layne recommends tailoring the program to your situation.
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    thx guys! i know pull ups , bent over rows r in but rack chins....i might sub lat pulldowns or chin ups for it. thx !
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