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    Front Lat Pulldown

    Hi
    How far are you suppose to pull down when doing the lat pulldown..

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    Re: Front Lat Pulldown

    just under the chin i think. Ive stopped doing these now, I do pull ups instead instead, they seem to get my muscles hurting more.

 

 

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