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      FITNESS TIPS FOR 10/11/2000                  
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HOW TO BUILD A POWERFUL BACK MUSCLE
Try This Lat Exercise Back Muscle Workout 
By Dan Gallapoo

Deadlifting can be tough, no doubt about it. But, once you 
get used  to it you won't want to stop because it gives 
RESULTS! 

The back is one of the main areas to focus on for increasing 
overall body mass (legs are the other) and no other exercise 
HITs all areas of the back like deadlifts; from the traps down 
to the lower erectors. 

Here are a few tips:

I only advise deadlifting once every 10 to 14 days. When you're
just starting the exercise, you can deadlift every 7 days. 

Go SLOW when you start doing deadlifts. Don't get too anxious 
and make big weight jumps. Make sure you have the form down 
so you don't even have to think about it. 

Never jerk the deadlift. Your arms must not have any slack and 
should be held tight. And there's no need to do a shrug or bend 
the arms at the top of a deadlift. 

Don't overextend your back at the top by leaning back too far. 
Stand erect, period. 

Keep your back flat and NEVER round your lower back during a 
deadlift.
 
I also recommend using a lifting belt.
 
Warm up thoroughly with a light weight.  This also helps you 
practice your technique in perfect form.

Don't go lower than 6 reps unless you are going to enter a 
powerlifting competition. 

Here are some other exercises to help build a big, strong back:

CHINS - An AWESOME back builder.  When you can do 10 with 
your bodyweight, strap extra weight around you. NEVER over 
stretch in the bottom and let your shoulders rotate! You are 
asking for a shoulder injury if you do. Always be under control 
and don't try and explode in the bottom - squeeze it up. Don't 
go below 6 on these. 

ONE ARM DUMBBELL ROWS - Do these with both your fists 
parallel and perpendicular to the body. Again, don't jerk these, 
squeeeeeeezzzzze. Don't rotate your trunk either. I really like 
these because with a knee up on the bench, there is no stress 
on the low back. Also, I found these to be second to deadlifts for 
thickness. 

Here's an example of a sample back specialization routine:

Deadlifts - warmups, 3 to 5 sets of 6 to 10 reps.

Chins - 2 to 3 sets of 6 to 10 reps. 

One Arm Dumbell Rows - 2 to 3 sets of 6 to 12 reps.

THAT'S IT! And believe me, you'll probably feel it the next day! 
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