Barbell Rows

24 Dec

Here’s another slow and painful movement that almost nobody enjoys, most people avoid, but that deliver some terrific results for all involved. Whatever weight you’re using for the deadlifts, cut in 1/3, and start pulling. Five sets of slow and steady work while using a back brace should be ideal for you.

Remember, you have the last 1/3 of your training session, or 20 to 25 minutes, to enjoy all the pumping work you’d like – but only after you have knocked out these heavy three sets first.

Technology is wonderful for making life easier. But when it comes to stimulating the muscles of the back into some serious growth, “easier” is not better – by a long shot!

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