Diverging Lat Pulldown Workout Guide

Diverging Lat Pulldown

Increase muscle definition on your back

Start building up muscles in your back and increase your upper body strength using the diverging lat pulldown at Xercise4Less Gyms. Improve your strength, muscle mass and general fitness and stamina using this machine in the resistance machine gym zones.

To elevate your back workout or take your full body workout to a new level, maximise this piece of equipment and start reaping the benefits! This machine was designed to help you target your latissimus dorsi (lats) which are the biggest muscle in your back. With toned and defined lats, your back will look much more muscular and stronger.

Using the diverging lat pulldown

Resistance machine zones at Xercise4Less have something for everyone and helps people target individual muscles and potential problem areas. The diverging lat pulldown will help every member work on their back muscles and strength regardless of their strength and amount of weight training experience.

Before using the lat pulldown, sit down and adjust the leg rest so that it is resting just above your thighs. The pads shouldn’t be squashing your legs but there shouldn’t be a huge gap as this will make the weight lift more difficult. Once you’re comfortable, sit down and choose the weight you want to lift by moving the pin. Now you’re ready to lift!

Stand to reach the diverging lat pulldown handles and return to your seat. Pull the handles down so that your elbows are close to your waist, hold for a second and stretch your arms until they are straight. Repeat this 10 times and then rest for a couple of minutes. Repeat this for 3 sets. Try to increase the weight as you go to start building up strength and muscle. Once finished, return the diverging lat pulldown to the original motion and stand up.

To start seeing results in your lats, repeat exercises like this regularly during your back workout. Once you feel confident, start to use different machines such as the lat pulldown or assisted pull-up machine to build strength. You’ll then be able to perform exercises like deadlifts and bent over rows with more confidence.

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Get stronger, get bigger and get fitter

In our inclusive and great value gyms at Xercise4Less, we have a wide range of machines in the resistance machines zone to help you build up strength. No matter your fitness goals and preferred type of training, we have something to suit you.

Try to push yourself every time you step into the gym. This might mean squeezing a few extra reps into your workout or increasing the weight so that you’re building up strength and the size of your muscles. The diverging lat pulldown machine should be used regularly in your back workout, pull day or in a full body workout so that you’re able to work numerous muscles at one time and create a balanced amount of strength in your upper body.

It’s really important to get your form right though. This not only prevents injury but maximises your workouts because your body is working to its full potential. If you ever start to feel pain whilst using the diverging lat pulldown, it’s likely that your form isn’t right so try to perfect this and then you’ll smash it.

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