Latissimus Dorsi Dumbbell Workout Exercises

All Exercises -> Latissimus Dorsi

(1) - Isolation (14) - Compound (3) - Dumbbell (2) - Barbell (4) - Cable (1) - Ball (1) - Calisthenics (3) - Machine

For some variety add these to your routine


Dumbbell ExerciseDumbbell exercises are great for intermediate or advanced workouts as they not only have a fluid movement (compared to machines) but they are great for variety into any workout plan. Dumbbell exercises are focused on gravity and should be combined with cables, bodyweight and machines for a varied workout routine. You can also purchase magnets that go on the sides of dumbbells to help increase the weight by 2.5 pounds instead of jumping up by 5 pounds. This 'progressive overload principle' will help you lift a heavier weight.

Exercises

PictureName of Dumbbell Exercise
Back Dumbbell RowBack Dumbbell Row Start the one arm dumbbell row by kneeling down on an exercise ball with the opposing arm holding onto a dumbbell. To begin slowly bring the dumbbell upwards to your chest keeping...
One Arm RowOne Arm Row While grabbing a dumbbell in one hand, bend forward keeping your back level with the ground. Keep your non-working hand on the bench for support. Start with the weight down by yo...
Dumbbell Bent Over RowDumbbell Bent Over Row Stand with your knees bent and your torso at a 60 degree angle. Now with the weights fully extended in your hand bring them straight up to your chest contracting your shoulderblad...

Forum Discussions


back muscle problem...so my left trapezius is bigger than my left trapezius...and my right latissimus dorsi is bigger than my left one...so my questions is what kind of exercise can i do to balance this size problem...what exercise targets only one side...well thank you.....
Tennis injuryI think I pulled/injured my latissimus dorsi muscle (or one of them)as the pain starts in my lower back on the right side and comes under my right arm along the right ribcage. I can feel a knot in the muscle along the right ribcage. The stretch tha...