Front Lat Spread Pose

Series of elevation drawings of the Front Lat Spread Pose being performed by multiple bodybuilders

The Front Lat Spread Pose is about showing off your lat width from the backside of your body. Judges look for chest thickness, front arm and forearm size, calf development, shoulder width, and quadriceps mass and separation. It comes after the double bicep pose and is highly identifiable as contestants are standing arms akimbo. The desire is to highlight the latissimus group of muscles stretching from the lower back to your torso sides. To do the front lat spread pose, begin from the floor with the feet separated apart. Tense your thighs by bending your knees. Your thumbs should be on your hip bones and bring your elbows forward to display your lats.

Set of outline silhouette drawings of the Front Lat Spread Pose performed by assorted bodybuilders


*Under Development*


Displays: Lat width, chest thickness, shoulder width, front arm size, quadricep mass, calf development



Drawings include:
Front Lat Spread Pose assorted bodybuilders

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Bodybuilding is a sport involving physical exercise to enlarge one's muscles to create an aesthetically toned figure. The first bodybuilding competition was organized in 1901. In competitive bodybuilding, participants are lined up and showcase their body or certain muscle groups in specific poses.