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QUESTION: I’ve added your power exercises like the jump squat and Smith machine bench-press throw with great results. Are there any power moves that I can do for my back?
—Shawn B., Clear lake, TX
ANSWER: Considering its size relative to other body parts and the role it plays in your overall strength, the back is definitely an area in which you want to build power. Although there may not be as many power-building moves designed specifically for the back as there are for, say, the legs, I do have a favorite that’s sure to deliver the kind of strength—not to mention muscularity—you’re looking for. I call it the dumbbell power row.
Back workout on next page.
|Dumbbell Power Row||2||5-6|
|One-arm Dumbbell Row||3||6-8|
|Seated Cable Row||3||10-12|
Quick Back Workout Tip:
When adding the dumbbell power row to your back workouts, perform it first, when your lats are at their strongest.