Rogers Athletic Lat Combo Pull has been a great addition to SMARTER Team Training. The vertical pull is smooth. The grip attachments allows for training variety. Plus it is makes training efficient when there are a broad demographic of heights, arm lengths, and strength.

Training on the Lat Combo Pull with the long or short rotating handles has made strengthening the full range of motion of the biceps effective. Using the Rope Pull attachments will really demand a lot from the muscles of the hand and forearm. With the Lat Straps, we can also isolate the muscles of the back without having to be concerned with hand or bicep fatigue. This piece from Rogers Athletic is excellent for post-rehabilitation as well.

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Uni Lateral Training On The Rogers Athletic Lat Combo Pull

Rogers Athletic Lat Combo Pull

Grip Options On The Rogers Athletic Lat Combo Pull

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Rob

Coach Taylor’s go to exercise…

“The Rope is probably my favorite attachment for this piece. The next time you train, try executing five reps with both arms with a five second pause at the bottom, then choose only one arm to do up to five regular controlled reps, switch to the other arm for up to five reps, and finish the set with five reps again with a five second pause. Your hands and forearms will be screaming. I like to combine this protocol with exercises in Rogers Pendulum Racks. In time, stronger hands will develop a stronger body and more confidence.”– Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training

Mike

Mike changes his training up with…

"We have several athletes that struggle through the top end of a pull-up, so banding them, or poorly altering the strength in some way wouldn't work. This is where the 1 and 1/2s on the Lat Combo Pull save the day. The athlete starts by performing one good rep all the way down, goes up half way, pauses, pulls all the way back down, then returns to the normal starting position. Not only does this increase muscular time under tension, but it forces the athlete to have complete control of the weight throughout the rep.” – Mike Whitman, Director of Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“A good change up on the Lat Combo Pull for pulling exercises is the ‘747’ protocol. This consists of seven repetitions with a set weight, add 15 lbs. for female athletes or 25 lbs. for male athletes and complete four repetitions. Finally, take that weight off and complete seven more reps. The athlete can start with a heavier weight next time if they achieve more than 18 total reps with incredible form. We get great feedback when we use this protocol on the 3-Way Row too.” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach

Riley

Riley enjoys this protocol the most…

“One protocol I enjoy is called ‘7-Up’. Perform six good reps and then on the 7th rep perform an isometric hold at the bottom for 45 seconds. If 45 seconds is achieved then add weight as a progression for next time.” – Riley Oharah, Former Performance Coach

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