What in Larry Scott’s opinion are the best exercises for each body part?
Attaining A Victorious V-Shape
Let’s talk a minute about equipment. The typical lat pull down bar turns down on the ends. I’ll tell you right now this is the wrong way to make big gains.
In the past when ever I’ve started going stale on Hanging Scapula Rotations, I added weight with a weight belt. But I seemed to lose the feel of the exercise when I added weight so I watched real carefully in the mirror while I was doing the exercise.
If you can get the movement right it will do something wonderful to your lower lats in just one set.
We now have over 5000 clients training on our system. It’s a lot of brain power which shouldn’t go to waste. It’s amazing what clever ideas we are encountering. I want to share a few with you.
I noticed you have a distinct shelf on the bottom of your lats. How did you get that? Is that just genetic or do you have some exercise that helps build that area of the lats?
Don’t Just Pump Iron … Work On Your Masterpiece. Generally I talk about how to get huge but this time we’re going to focus on beauty.
This exercise definitely broadens the upper back and shoulder area; it is a super upper-lat builder.
This is one of the best moves to work your back, especially the large dorsal muscles and trapezoids.
It is the lats which give you that wide-back appearance. Well-developed lats mean a super taper.