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V-Bar Pulldown
Exercise Data

Type: Stength
Main Muscle Worked: Lats
Other Muscle: Biceps, MiddleBack, Shoulders
Equipment: Cable
Mechanics Type: Compound
Level: Intermediate
Sport: No
Force: Pull


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V-Bar Pulldown - Images
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1.   Sit down on a pull-down machine with a V-Bar attached to the top pulley.

2.   Adjust the knee pad of the machine to fit your height. These pads will prevent your body from
     being raised by the resistance attached to the bar.

3.  Grab the V-bar with the palms facing each other (a neutral grip). Stick your chest out and lean
    yourself back slightly (around 30-degrees) in order to better engage the lats. This will be your
   starting position.

4.  Using your lats, pull the bar down as you squeeze your shoulder blades. Continue until your
    chest nearly touches the V-bar. Exhale as you execute this motion. Tip: Keep the torso stationary
    throughout the movement.

5.  After a second hold on the contracted position, slowly bring the bar back to the starting position
   as you breathe in.

6.  Repeat for the prescribed number of repetitions.

Caution: Avoid the temptation to use a weight so big that you need to start swinging your torso in order to perform the exercise.






V-Bar Pulldown - Guide
Alternative Exercises For V-Bar Pulldown
Main Muscle: Lats
  Chest
  Middle Back
  Shoulders
  Biceps
  Triceps
  Traps
  Abs
  Forearms
  Glutes
  Lats
  Lower Back
  Quards
  Hamstrings
  Calves
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