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Test your upper back strength with scapular retraction. If you can't hold it more than 10 seconds you have an upper back weakness.
Strengthen your back and give your biceps a boost with the lat pulldown.
Work your lats and biceps while activating your back, core, and shoulder muscles with the mixed-grip chinup
Try this challenging chinup variation to target your lats and biceps.
Wake up your chinup (and target your lats and biceps) with the suspended chinup variation.
Improve grip strength and endurance while building your back with the towel pullup.
Target your lats and biceps with the neutral-grip chinup.
Mix up your grip. The pullup, like the chinup, targets your lats and also hits your biceps, core and middle and upper back.
Hang in there. The close-grip chinup gives you the lat workout you'd expect from this type of move with added biceps benefits.
For a move that strengthens multiple muscles, lats, biceps, back, and core, turn to the chinup.
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