Lat Pulldown Profiles

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    Shea Walsh
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    What’s happening Joe, I’ve been on the University section and I’m loving it so far. I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and then remembered this section.
    To match the strength profile of a lat pulldown, would it be beneficial to pick a heavy weight help with the first part, not help in the middle ranges and then push down the hardest towards the shortened ranges? That’s not written as elegantly as it probably should be but it’s 12am here cut me some slack????????

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    Joe
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    What’s happening Joe, I’ve been on the University section and I’m loving it so far. I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and then remembered this section.
    To match the strength profile of a lat pulldown, would it be beneficial to pick a heavy weight help with the first part, not help in the middle ranges and then push down the hardest towards the shortened ranges? That’s not written as elegantly as it probably should be but it’s 12am here cut me some slack????????

    #21561
    Shea Walsh
    Participant

    [quote quote=0]What’s happening Joe, I’ve been on the University section and I’m loving it so far. I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and then remembered this section.
    To match the strength profile of a lat pulldown, would it be beneficial to pick a heavy weight help with the first part, not help in the middle ranges and then push down the hardest towards the shortened ranges? That’s not written as elegantly as it probably should be but it’s 12am here cut me some slack????????

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    #21562
    Shea Walsh
    Participant

    [quote quote=0]What’s happening Joe, I’ve been on the University section and I’m loving it so far. I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and then remembered this section.
    To match the strength profile of a lat pulldown, would it be beneficial to pick a heavy weight help with the first part, not help in the middle ranges and then push down the hardest towards the shortened ranges? That’s not written as elegantly as it probably should be but it’s 12am here cut me some slack????????

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    Not to worry mate, brilliant response, cheers!

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