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Ronnie Dean Coleman (born May 13, 1964) is a retired American professional bodybuilder and the winner of the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding title 8 years in a row and is regarded as The Greatest bodybuilder of all time. Alongside his eight Mr. Olympia wins as a professional bodybuilder, he holds the...
Over the last week I've been going to the gym (most days) and working out (mainly weight machines such as the assisted pull up, leg press, seated row... etc) and when I get home I have my breakfast (typically a home made potato or pumpkin soup). After about half an hour after I've eaten I've...
Don't get too excited by the "double D" part guys, I'm talking about one of these
Bit pricey with shipping and was wondering if anyone had come across something here?
This weeks topic: Back Training
· What do you do for your back training?
· What do you think most people neglect or do wrong?
· What recommendations do you have for others in building a wide and thick back?
· Any other questions/comments regarding the topic.
I've done bent over row on a lesser angle rowing to the lower abdomen, Pendlay style with back paralell to the ground rowing to the chest, and most recently the Kroc row (because it's what Jim Wendler reckons is best in 5/3/1).
I like them all, but has anyone noticed any particular advantage...
I just wanted to mentiuon that I started out doing 45 degree barbell rows and once I perfected the form I noticed a lot of it in my upper back. I then researched more and found that the oldschool barbell row (pendlay) style works more of the back apparently. I just wanted to know if anybody has...