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james pate

Ontario, CAN

AJs 5 best Lat Machine workout

I have read Dr. Darden's thread regarding the 5 best Lat Machine exercises. I understand the free weight routine he listed to substitute for the machine workout. I am wondering if there are any current model machines that can be used for this workout. I have found a couple of machine that I can use in the workout but not all. Here is what I have so far.

Behind-Neck Machine - ?
Pullover Machine ? Nautilus Nitro Pullover
Pulldown to chest on Torso Arm Machine - ?
Rowing-Torso Machine - Nautilus Nitro Compound Row
Behind-Neck pulldown on Torso Arm Machine - ?

Our gym has a large number of MedX and Nautilus machines. I am sure that I could find something to accommodate this complete routine. I just no quite sure what the exercises involve. Are there any suggestions for substitute machines? This is not a panic. I am quite willing to use the free weight plan if need be. However, the machines are a keen interest as I don?t have a spotter and the machines give me the confidence to take a run at the extra reps to failure.

Regards
James
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Drew Baye

Florida, USA

james pate wrote:
AJs 5 best Lat Machine workout

I have read Dr. Darden's thread regarding the 5 best Lat Machine exercises. I understand the free weight routine he listed to substitute for the machine workout. I am wondering if there are any current model machines that can be used for this workout. I have found a couple of machine that I can use in the workout but not all. Here is what I have so far.

Behind-Neck Machine - ?
Pullover Machine ? Nautilus Nitro Pullover
Pulldown to chest on Torso Arm Machine - ?
Rowing-Torso Machine - Nautilus Nitro Compound Row
Behind-Neck pulldown on Torso Arm Machine - ?

Our gym has a large number of MedX and Nautilus machines. I am sure that I could find something to accommodate this complete routine. I just no quite sure what the exercises involve. Are there any suggestions for substitute machines? This is not a panic. I am quite willing to use the free weight plan if need be. However, the machines are a keen interest as I don?t have a spotter and the machines give me the confidence to take a run at the extra reps to failure.

Regards
James


A Behind Neck machine provides a rotary movement the opposite of a lateral raise. The Rowing Torso isn't a compound row, but a rotary row. A Rowing Torso machine provides a rotary movement the opposite of a chest fly. These are commonly called rear-delt machines. Nautilus currently makes a Rowing Torso, and MedX sells them in Europe, but not here for some reason.
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chaire

North Carolina, USA

Eccentric Edge makes a behind the neck machine. I have one and it works well.
God Bless,
Charlie
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