The author looks at some of the finer points of the greatest barbell back builder of all time, along with providing some variations.
A step by step guide to performing the most bad-ass upper back exercise in existence.
Pulldowns are only for people who can’t do pull-ups, right? Well, maybe not. Here are a few very effective ways to do it.
Train your back like it's your job. Undo the damage from chronic sitting and limit the consequences of too much benching. Here's what to do.
Back in the “Golden Age of Bodybuilding,” guys performed the now-forgotten pullover to build their upper bodies. Who says you can't go back?
Awesome variations on back exercises, plus a hugely inspirational video feature of Dave Tate doing deadlifts with chains.
How to build your lats and upper back without wrecking your lower back in the process.
Here's a partial-range pulling program that will get your full deadlifts moving in the right direction.
Leg training should push you to your physical limits without crushing your back. Here's the smart way to make it happen.
Give these training strategies a try to quickly fix your lagging muscle groups.
Hardcore advice on building a strong back that stands out in a crowd.
To cure ILS, make your imaginary lats real and huge. This brutal back workout will do the trick.
Don’t care about rotary stability? You will after this.
Your pull is only as strong as your weakest link, and for many, it's not the lower back that's holding you back.
After testing 45 different back and biceps exercises with EMG, here are the ones that came out on top.
A strong, dense back is the hallmark of a great body. If yours is lacking, it may be time to specialize. Here’s your plan.
Seven great back exercises you definitely need to try.
More ways to keep your back strong, healthy, and ready for more plates. Check it out.
Back pain will wreck your workouts. Here’s how to prevent it and how to fix it if it’s already too late.
Can you really build stronger, wider lats in 14 days? Yes, but it’s really going to hurt. Here’s how to do it.
If your arms take over during rows and other pulling exercises, that's a sign you've got big-arms-small-back syndrome. Here's the solution.
When it’s time to specialize and bring up your back, this should be your go-to training program. Check it out.
If you're a lifter with back problems you'll want to read this. If you're a lifter without back problems you'll still want to read this.
Build your back and prevent strength imbalances. Here’s everything you need to know.
How to Build a 3-D Upper Body