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    Mike Henley MonStar's Avatar
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    Naultilus Pullovers

    What do you guys think of these?

    Good for the lats / serratus?

    From what I understand serratus development is important for proper lat spreads and pec development.

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    bone crusher
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    I think a good pullover machine is really the best way to do 'em
    since you get constant tension throughout the motion as opposed to using a dumbbell

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    from a Physiology standpoint it's probably one of the best excercises for the lats. I like em'
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    how do you do them?? Ive searched the forum and ExRx, but found no info.....

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    Well you need a nautilus machine.

    I think they're a great exercise.
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    we got one at my home gym, none up here at college I don't think though good machine

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