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REDBULL Doesn't give you WINGS JAY CUTLER Back Workout

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FREE information about Training, Nutrition, Motivation and supplements: http://www.bodybuildingdedicated.com/Build a big backBe honest. Do you want that back to be big as the wings on a 747, and more powerful than an earthquake? Oh yeah. So the suffering is worth it. Yeah, the pain of tearing down muscle tissue actually becomes addictive. Pushing your body to its limits is what hardcore is all about. Seeing stars, nose bleeds, throwing up, and getting light-headed are all signs that you've pushed your body to the limit. To those of you who've experienced this, I salute you. To those of you who do not subscribe to this type of balls out training, may you be skinny and weak forever! I'll come looking for you when I need to floss my teeth with your skinny little ass.Spinal erectors that look like two full grown pythons coiling up your back on either side of your spine won't let you down. Lifting all the weight in the gym will feel obtainable if you bust your ass training back. No excuses, bro. No getting out of it. Nowhere to run. You have to train hard. You got to train like you have just been let out of a cage that you've been locked up in all your life. Be aggressive, smart, and consistent. Being smart means knowing when to cheat the last few reps to get a little more out of your workout, or when to back off the weights and switch to a higher rep range to stimulate more muscle growth.I train heavy about 85% of the time. With the other 15%, I do things like drop sets, super sets, and giant sets to create more muscle stimulation. I listen to my body. When I know that I have been going heavy for a number of weeks and my joints and body begin to feel the stress of that type of intense training, I back off the heavy weights and switch to a higher volume training style. This means I do less weight, and keeping my reps between 10 and 16 per set. I might also add an extra set or two to create a different type of stress to the muscle.Deadlifts work the entire body including your back, traps, biceps, hamstrings, quads, calves, glutes, forearms, and everything in between. Most gyms nowadays do not allow heavy deadlifts. Maybe it's because the banging caused by heavy deadlifting is loud enough to raise the dead. Or maybe it's because most people want to sit on a comfy machine and look pretty. Listen, there is no looking pretty while doing heavy deads. Your face fills with blood and looks like it may explode if you took a sharp object to it. I always use an opposing grip and no straps, just in case I need to bail during a heavy set. I put deadlifts at the beginning of back 50% of the time, and at the end of the workout the other 50%.Now to get those latissimus, or lats, to expand like wings, there is nothing like pull-ups to get the job done. Do both wide-grip to the front and wide grip to the back. By doing wide grip pull-ups you can build your outer lats, or wings, to give width to your back. Also, another good type of pull-up is the reverse, or underhand grip pull-up. This will not only work the outer lat, but also the lower lat where it ties into the mid-back.Next is the grand daddy of all back exercises, the bent-over row. There are 100 different variations on this exercise including cable rows and hammer rows, not to mention the number of machine rows that exist. All things considered, the meat and potatoes of a thick back is the basic barbell bent-over rows. Heavy rows build a powerful and thick back. Both regular grip and reverse grip work great. Form is everything so keep that back flat and perpendicular with the floor to insure that you are hitting the back, and not upper shoulders.THE BALLS OUT BACK WORKOUT!Back Workout 1Weighted Pull Ups Weighted Pull UpsWeighted Pull Ups4 Sets of 6-12 RepsBent Over Barbell Row Bent Over Barbell RowBent Over Barbell Row4 Setsof 6-12 RepsBarbell Deadlift Barbell DeadliftBarbell Deadlift4 Sets of 6-12 RepsBent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover Bent-Arm Dumbbell PulloverBent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover4 Sets of 6-12 Reps Back Workout 2Barbell Deadlift Barbell DeadliftBarbell Deadlift4 Sets of 6-12 RepsChin-Up Chin-UpChin-Up4 Sets of 6-12 RepsReverse Grip Bent-Over Rows Reverse Grip Bent-Over RowsReverse Grip Bent-Over Rows4 Sets of 6-12 RepsClose-Grip Front Lat Pulldown Close-Grip Front Lat PulldownClose-Grip Front Lat Pulldown4 Sets of 6-12 RepsBack Workout 3Wide-Grip Rear Pull-Up Wide-Grip Rear Pull-UpWide-Grip Rear Pull-Up4 Sets of 6-12 RepsBent Over Two-Dumbbell Row Bent Over Two-Dumbbell RowBent Over Two-Dumbbell Row4 Sets of 6-12 RepsSeated Cable Rows Seated Cable RowsSeated Cable Rows4 Sets of 6-12 RepsBent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover Bent-Arm Dumbbell PulloverBent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover4 Sets of 6-12 Reps

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