MIDDLE AND UPPER BACK, SHOULDERS
Clip a “double d” handle to the cable and sit down, placing your feet securely on the footplate. Keep your knees bent, maintain a slight arch in your lower back, and lift your chest with your shoulders drawn back. grasp the handles with each hand, palms facing each other (A).
Bring your shoulder blades together as you pull your elbows back and your hands toward your torso (B). HARD
Pause with your hands just above your navel, your chest forward and your shoulders drawn back and down.
Keeping your shoulders back and down, allow your arms to extend and return to the starting position (A). EASY
Why It’s Perfect for You
Similar to the Reverse Grip Pull-down, this movement strengthens your back without creating width between your shoulders. By actively pushing your shoulders down throughout the movement, you get functional core strength as well. It also makes your upper back look awesome!