Insane back workout today.

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    Snatch-grip, sumo stance rack pulls
    Wide-grip Bent Over Rows
    T-Bars (in the corner)
    One-arm DB Row
    Weighted Wide grip chins
    some light straight-arm pulldowns

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    I was doing underhand for a while, I'm switchin it up now nigga
     
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    T-bar row is a very similar movement :hsugh:
     
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    Not at all actually. and.. I have bb rows on there, just not underhand....
     
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    how do you figure? You said in the corner, so I assume you are using a barbell & V attachment. If so, the only real differences are neutral vs. supinated grip and different stabilizers being worked. I agree that Yates Rows are better overall, but the movement is very similar. Back at 45 degrees, slightly arched, row to lower/mid abdomen.
     
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    Close-grip vs, wide-grip is quite a difference
     
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