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Mix up your grip. The pullup, like the chinup, targets your lats and also hits your biceps, core and middle and upper back.
Challenge your chest and biceps with the wide-grip pullup.
For a move that strengthens multiple muscles, lats, biceps, back, and core, turn to the chinup.
Target your lats and biceps while involving your core and upper back with the negative chinup.
Target your lats, biceps, core, and upper back with the band-assisted chinup, an easier version of the full chinup.
Brace your core while performing the single-arm cable row, a back-building move for the gym.
Use the single-arm cable row and rotation to strengthen your upper back while training your core.
Use the cable row to neck with external rotation to strengthen your upper back and rotator cuff.
Strengthen your upper back and train your core with the standing single-arm cable-row.
Get rowing. The wide-grip cable row targets your shoulders and upper back.
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