Seated Lat Pulldown (Hammer Strength)

Seated Lat Pulldown (Hammer Strength)


What’s going on Hermanation? I’m going to show you guys how to do a seated lat pull down on the hammer strength machine now the form I’m using on this machine can also be used if using a cable machine or Another machine in the gym that represents a lat pull down okay. This one is an isolated arm one so both Arms move Independently and all it does is help you have to have more control of the exercise Which is pretty cool works muscles a little more what you’re going to do is you’re going to put your seat to a height So that when you sit down your feet are tight your legs are 90 degree angle your knees Okay, grab the handles put your hands in the middle of the handles, okay? And you’re gonna pull them down and keep your wrists straight and you’re going to maintain a neutral spine And now the way these machines are made What you all you have to do is It puts down on you for you, and now you see how my legs are nice and comfortable, arch my back While keeping my wrists straight, I’m going to pull down and I’m going to keep my elbows in line with my hips okay Just like this Come back up Don’t fully extend but keep everything tight, in your back on the way up and all the way down keep all those muscles pinched Breathe out the way down on the way down again back arched, neutral spine, wrists straight, knees at a 90 degree angle elbows in line with hips And that’s how you do is seated lat pulldown For great information feel free to subscribe to my channel and as always more good stuff coming soon. Later guys

63 comments on “Seated Lat Pulldown (Hammer Strength)

  1. Patrick Pats Post author

    Gosh i love this machine because you just have to kick the thingy when you sit.
    It would be great when you are using straps

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  2. tonebalone73 Post author

    I'm lucky to have one of those machines at my gym. Which is better both arms or single arms at a time?

    I much prefer the new monkey intro BTW 🙂

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  3. OhNoesPB Post author

    @hurrykaneecko "stars" don't exist anymore, now it's the thumbs up and down that give the video the rating

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  4. CT S Post author

    Any difference with grasping the bar with your thumb above instead of below like you did in the video. preference or performance ? As always 5 stars / thumbs up

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  5. Lee Scurr Post author

    I've never seen one of them machines in any of the gyms i've been to! must be an american thing :p

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  6. Ribb Rotgut Post author

    cool, but i think you should've included what not to do for the lat pulldown, namely pulling it behind your head, which you see in the gym all the time and can lead to injury of the neck and shoulder muscles, and exacerbate forward head position

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  7. ScottHermanFitness Post author

    @cherrydog9 if you rock climb you should do it behind your head to simulate the activity… but no need to show whats wrong.. dont want to confuse people.. just showing what is right is easiest to understand 🙂

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  8. Pube83 Post author

    @seBlitz

    You're either not locking your shoulders down/back (properly isolating the lats) and bringing them too far up on the negative or simply using too wide of a grip (this machine is not good for wide- stick to the cable pulldowns for wide). I did 10+ sets on this bad boy last night at the gym, it also kills my forearms/grip after about the 6th set.

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  9. dan tik Post author

    @IIwooodyo yea dude i just started doing that to flare out the lats and stretch helps a ton!

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  10. Javan Hamilton Post author

    Scotty, I *die* every time I see someone rowing (leaning back and forth) while doing pull-downs. It has me ready to hurl a kettlebell at them. >_<

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  11. John Shalvey Post author

    Why not full range (letting arms fully extend)? Why not behind the head? Since forearms will always give out first in a maximum effort (because they are the weakest link in the chain of muscles involved)…losing your grip…., why not have a training partner apply additional resistance directing onto the elbows (by-passing the forearms) so that the lats get additional resistance while the forearms do NOT. This will allow true lat failure rather than loss of grip long before lat failure.

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  12. julian bosi Post author

    @scotthermanfitness perfect, always keep the elbows pointing at the hips ALWAYS. To many people flare out those elbows

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  14. Rebekah Grawburg Post author

    Hey! Can you suggest a good alternative for the hammer strength lat pulldown? My gym does not have this machine…

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  16. Pablo jimenez Post author

    you should try: Pull Ups (wide grip), assisted pull ups, Barbell lift from chest right up, all of them work the upper Latissimus Dorsi muscle. For the lower Latissimus Dorsi Muscle, Rombois and Trapezius, try: Barbell Bent Over Row, Smith Machine Bent Over Row, One arm Downbell Row (alternate arms)

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  17. Pablo jimenez Post author

    Some how help, but if you struggle with the wide grip pull ups, try the Lat Pull Down Machine or as show in this video, the Hammer Strenght Lat pull down that works the Upper latissimus muscle, you may also work your Rhomboids, Trapezius and Bicepts, since those muscles also are needed in the Pull up's routine.

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  19. natureshamy Post author

    I have no freaking clue what you say from 0:33 to 0:36 but thanks for the video man, this is gold advice to keep good form.

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  20. Krista Shipman Post author

    How can I work on fixing my form if I keep feeling this exersice in my biceps and traps? Lats is like the hardest muscle for me to trigger…

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  21. amracer5 Post author

    Don't fully extend? I thought you say in terms of range of motion, make a full stretch/extention?

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  22. Ryan lee Robinson Post author

    I see lots of people (probably every 6 out of 10) pulling the grips all the way down to the mid chest. Can someone confirm that they are only suppose to be pulled down to the shoulder (so the bars are level ish with your shoulders)?

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  23. Chinmayee M Post author

    Is there any substitute for this? We do not have this machine in the gym. I was wondering if I could sub it for a v-bar lat pulldown?

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  24. IrelaG Post author

    Is it possible to do wide grip and reverse grip pulldowns on this machine (I only have access to this type of machine). Thanks!

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