“Mid Back Stuff”

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    Lucas Cortes
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    The Back is the area of the body that i know the least about the anatomy of. Not that i care really, i just need to know enough to make it bigger and look cooler. (Gotta be honest) So in the context of training i think i have a pretty good idea of how to train the lats. But where my knowledges runs dry is the rest. The “Upper/Mid back stuff”, or everything besides the lats. All i know is to include pulling movements based around the movement of the scapula. So my question is, what should i include to make sure i’m maximizing development of all those muscles. My back lacks thickness the most and it’s one of my priorities at this point in my bodybuilding “career”. I know there’s no must do exercises but what movement patterns should i have for that purpose. Right now i stick by chest supported rows at about a 70-80 degree arm angle and wide grip pulldowns at the same angle but is it really that simple? for example do the muscles being biased change when i say move my arms lower to around 45 degrees and should i have something like that in my program or.. basically you get it, what do i need for that musculature?

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    BryceBahm
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    #299250
    Lucas Cortes
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    Okay so takeaways: I need movements that pull the humerus into the scapula and elevate and depress the scapula. (Correct me if i’m wrong) Thank you so much Bryce🙏

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