John Meadows’ Mountain Dog Lat Training Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Go from a dog to a wolf.

For a given bodybuilder not all body parts are created equal. Depending on the individual, there may be a body parts that are easily to grow, that take little effort improve, while other muscle groups will seem like they can’t grow at all. Everyone’s genetic make up is different which means that the goals you wish to accomplish with your physique will be different depending on what’s lagging and what responds easily to stimulation.

There are a great deal of individuals who have trouble building up their lats. While many people focus on building up the front of their bodies, namely the abs and chest, having a strong and defined back is essential to bringing the overall package to it’s best possible condition. The thing about building up your chest is that you need equally impressive lat development in order to get the most out of your pecs.

There a number of different exercises a bodybuilder can use to build up the lats including using the lat pull down as well as pull ups and dumbbell rows. These are perhaps the most common exercises that are utilized in order to build a bigger and fuller back. But there are more than a few ways to get the most out of your back development as many pro bodybuilders have come to understand.

John Meadows is a 212 bodybuilder who has only just began to pick up steam in his career. His training methods, dubbed Mountain Dog Training, have been instrumental in not only building up his physique, but that of his many clients as well. Meadows just recently competed at the Arnold Sports Festival, proof that all his hard work has been paying off. If you’re looking to a way to work your back and force them to grow then take a look at how Meadows likes to train his lats.

Are you impressed by John Meadow’s lat training method?

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