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  1. awdboost

    awdboost New Member

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    Hey guys,

    Well let me give you guys some backgorund information on myself. I started lifting at the age of 16. I coudln't even do one pushup when I started. Then after two years of weight training in high school, I started college; and couldn't manage working out. I played sports occasionally with friends.

    Now fast forward 4 years later. After going from 175 lbs to 226.5 lbs I decided to get back into working out and eating healthier. My diet was shit till I came here and read up alot. So I have been eating better and my routines are always changing after reading up alot on here.

    Well I don't have a gym membership, but I do have weights from my days lifting in highschool. I have been trying to get some routines for my back days but not alot come up besides deads. So do you guys working out at home do for your back days.
     
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    deadlift, row, pullups
     
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    different variations of rows and pulldowns, too
     
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    thanks forgot about pullups. I forgot to mention i do rows too already.
     
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    what type of vatiations are you talking about
     
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    bb row, db row, yates row, t-bar row, chest-supported row

    overhand wide-grip pulldown, neutral wide grip pulldown, underhand close-grip pulldown, neutral close-grip pulldown, 1-arm pulldowns

    and also straight-arm pulldowns
     
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    thanks
     
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    no prob
     
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