Lately I’ve been getting questions about to go about training for powerful back strength while improving shoulder stability. Since this has been a common thread I decided to pull this older article from the archives to publish up today for you.
The original publishing date of this article was back on May 26, 2016. Believe me this information is still highly valuable and will help you to build greater symmetry in your body for better posture and for a more functionally strong body. Enjoy the read and post up your feedback in the comments section below.
1. What type of training are you currently doing to improve your back strength?
2. Do you currently have shoulder issues and find it difficult to perform pull ups?
3. Are you interested in learning how to really enhance your pull up strength in a different way?
You probably realize by now that back strength development is crucial for function and health. If you are an experienced iron veteran you’ve probably noticed that all too familiar waiting in line at the bench press stations and dumbbell racks on Mondays at most gyms since everybody is looking to get in their chest day. Well today we’re going against the grain and I’m going to show you how you can go about developing lats of steel and to help give you a strong stable shoulder girdle in the process.