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If you want a wide tapered back, then you should go with wide grip cable pull-downs or wide grip pull-ups. When doing either of these movements, allow yourself to stretch at the top of the movement to produce full range of motion with your scapulae and shoulder girdle. This can help increase the possibility for growth while emphasizing the outer lats. It also engaging a host of other muscles in your outer-biceps and forearms. For seated cable rows, don't automatically use the small grip handle. Instead, try clipping on the long-bar pull down handle and take a wide grip for a different kind of seated cable row. But what about building thickness? That’s easy…go close grip. When you're trying to emphasize thickness, do T-bar rows or seated cable rows with a close grip handle to help build thickness between your chest and back. This emphasizes thickness to your lats, rhomboids, teres muscles (between your delts and lats), traps, and your rear delts. Of course part of building thickness is also building a solid chest, so make sure that bench press is part of the equation.


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