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    What's your single best back exercise?

    I know 'best' exercise depends on a lot of factors. By best I mean the one I should put the most effort in, like Squats, DL, Bench for the back. The one that works the most amount of musculature. Because in the places I read some say it's the chin up, some say bent over row, some chest supported row, one arm row, etc. I've tried all of them but its not clear for me which is the most important for back strenght and size.
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    Why don't you include a variety of vertical and horizontal pulls in your training program instead of focusing on just one movement?
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    All of them.
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    My favorite back exercise, thus far, is the humble 1-arm DB row.

    You should definitely have at least 6-8 exercises for back in a program IMO
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    Weighted chin-ups but I would never just have one back exercise in my routine.
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