Hold one side isometrically in the contracted position at the bottom while the other side is moving. Add bands to really ramp it up.
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Build your lats with this unilateral pulldown variation. You'll get a growth-inducing stretch at the top and a hard contraction at the bottom.
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This low hip position deadlift is more for the quads. Try a semi-sumo stance – chest up, weight on heels – and pull from a deficit. Start light!
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Finish the curl with a shoulder flexion for a stronger biceps contraction. Don't let the traps raise up.
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And a few sets of these to the end of your chest workout as an athletic finisher.
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A few sets of these after your warm-up and before doing your main chest exercises fires up the CNS and improves muscle fiber recruitment.
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This is a great bang for your buck exercise to work your upper back and grip at the same time.
Here's a great movement for the beginner Olympic lifter or for anyone who wants to build some impressive traps.
Nail your upper lats and get a huge pump with this finisher exercise.
Strengthen your grip by doing your pull-ups or chin-ups with a thick grip attachment or a couple of towels.