Which do think is the best exercise for back width and why?
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Close underhand grip chin ups/downs
Wide overhand grip pull ups/downs
Hammer grip pull ups/downs
Thread: Best exercise for back width?
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03-08-2005, 12:56 PM #7Originally Posted by TheBrownBomber
Wide grip chin, no doubt.
It works the upper fibers of the lats and teres, but more importantly, it pulls the shoulder blades out which REALLY contributes to back width.
You can have big thick lats and a crappy lat spread, conversely, you can have flexible shoulder blades with a great lat spread and crappy lats.
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Widegrip chins, I was also the retard that clicked the closegrip I meant to say wide"The passionate pursuit of perfection."
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Wide grip chins and behind the back chins have built width in my back like nobody's business. And I can use much more weight than I ever could with pullups."Every kiss begins with Kay" Delts
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