Neutral-grip lat pull-down

The neutral-grip lat pull-down is a variation on the lat pull-down that uses a handle with a neutral (palms facing in) grip. This arrangement helps to build lat width and target the upper lats. This movement is usually performed for moderate to high reps, such as 8-12 per set or higher, as part of an upper-body or back-focused workout.

Benefits

  1. Cables allow for continuous tension
  2. Develops the upper lats and lat width
  3. May be easier on the wrists and shoulders than an overhand or underhand grip
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