Build a Bigger, Stronger Back with This 55-Rep Row Ladder
June 15, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

The dumbbell row is one of the oldest and most effective ways to build muscle in your upper back. But the bent-over row ladder takes the old staple to an entirely new level.

With this routine, you can target your entire back, your hamstrings, and your glutes, says Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour. As you climb the ladder, the time your muscles are under tension continues to increase—which is key to building a bigger, stronger, back, he explains.The dumbbell row is one of the oldest and most effective ways to build muscle in your upper back. But the bent-over row ladder takes the old staple to an entirely new level.

With this routine, you can target your entire back, your hamstrings, and your glutes, says Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour. As you climb the ladder, the time your muscles are under tension continues to increase—which is key to building a bigger, stronger, back, he explains.

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Build a Bigger, Stronger Back with This 55-Rep Row Ladder
June 15, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

The dumbbell row is one of the oldest and most effective ways to build muscle in your upper back. But the bent-over row ladder takes the old staple to an entirely new level.

With this routine, you can target your entire back, your hamstrings, and your glutes, says Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour. As you climb the ladder, the time your muscles are under tension continues to increase—which is key to building a bigger, stronger, back, he explains.The dumbbell row is one of the oldest and most effective ways to build muscle in your upper back. But the bent-over row ladder takes the old staple to an entirely new level.

With this routine, you can target your entire back, your hamstrings, and your glutes, says Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour. As you climb the ladder, the time your muscles are under tension continues to increase—which is key to building a bigger, stronger, back, he explains.

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