Back lat pulldowns

Trapezius

Trapezius, lower portion Brachloradialis Triceps brachii

Olecranon

Teres Major

Extensor carpi radialis longus

Aponeurosis of insertion of latissimus dorsi

ACTION OF TERES MAJOR AND LATISSIMUS DORSI

Extensor carpi ulnarls

Flexor carpi ulnaris

Extensor digitorum

Anconeus

Acromion

Humerus

Teres major

Aponeurosis Spine

Latissimus dorsi

Pubic symphysis

Sacrum Coccyx

Iliac crest

Vertebral aponeurosis

Spine of scapula

7th thoracic vertebra

THE MOVEMENT

Medial Deltoid Ligament

VARIATION ATA MACHINE WITH A FIXED AXIS

Iliac Crest Pain Exercises

Sit facing the machine with the thighs positioned under the pads, grasping the bar with a wide overhand grip:

• Inhale and pull the bar down to the back of the neck, bringing the elbows alongside the body.

• Exhale at the end of the movement.

This exercise develops the width of the back. It works the latissimus dorsi (mainly the lateral and lower fibers), the teres major, the forearm flexors (biceps brachii, brachialis, and brachioradlalls), the rhomboids, and the lower portion of the trapezius. The latter two muscles come Into play when the shoulder blades are pulled together. Back lat pull-downs help beginners develop enough strength to move on to chin-ups.

ACTION OF TERES MAJOR AND LATISSIMUS DORSI

Pubic symphysis

VARIATION ATA MACHINE WITH A FIXED AXIS

Latissimus dorsi

Supraspinatus Clavicle Infraspinatus Teres minor

Acromion

Humerus

Sacrum Coccyx

Iliac crest

Vertebral aponeurosis c

Trapezius

Trapezius, lower portion Brachloradialis Triceps brachii

Olecranon

Extensor carpi ulnarls

Flexor carpi ulnaris

Extensor digitorum

Anconeus

Extensor carpi radialis longus

Aponeurosis of insertion of latissimus dorsi

Teres major

Spine of scapula

7th thoracic vertebra

THE MOVEMENT

Teres minor Teres major

Infraspinatus Latissimus dorsi

External oblique Os coxa

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    How to develop lats muscle?
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