Lat Pull-in - Machine

Other types of Lat Pull-in: Resistance Tube

  • Attach handle to cable and set it at shoulder height. Step away from the fixture and place your feet together. Arm should be slightly bent in order to prevent locking your elbow.

  • Pull your arm towards the side of your body. Try to make contact with your leg but do not move your body in order to do so-only your arm should move. Return to starting position.

  • Back 

  • Arms  Shoulders 

  • Back, Shoulders, Arms

  • TIP: Keep your shoulder pulled down and your other hand on your hip as a reminder to remain still with the rest of your body.

Variations for Lat Pull-in

  • Lat Pull-down

    The movement simulates a pull-up. Since you are seated, it allows you to concentrate on your back and shoulders doing the work instead of also having to be concerned about your hips and legs.

  • Cable Lat Pull-down

    This is very similar to lat pull-down with a bar except this allows each arm to work independently since there are two cables and handles, encouraging your strength to be symmetrical.


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