Alex Sollazzo wrote:Deadlifts, pullups (can do lat pulldowns instead but theyre not really the same) and bent over row are the best back exercises to do. Theres no reason to be scared of doing freeweights, just start off light and you'll be fine, the longer you use machines the more you'll be building up bad habits.
Zombie Dave McCaig wrote:Lat pulldowns are great until you have a good strength to body weight ratio, and can start doing pullups.
Alex Sollazzo wrote:Yeah the seated dumbell row on that website is a suitable replacement if youll have trouble with normal rows, but that said you could go one step further and do proper dumbell rows if thats possible http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Bac ... erRow.html
John Rauch wrote:Just remember that isolation machines are not for beginners. They're going to work one individual muscle and create an imbalance rather than the practical, well rounded strength you need as a beginner.
Zombie Dave McCaig wrote:Hot damn! That's awesome!
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest