Rear Lat Spread Pose

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

The Rear Lat Spread Pose is also called the back lat spread or the reverse of the front lat spread. To do this posture: face the judges with the back and feet shoulder-width apart; firmly put your feet on the floor or raise the heel while slightly bending the knees. Remember that your toes should be slightly angled to the sides as you put one foot a stride back while still looking at the judges. With your thumbs on your hips, open your back by pulling the elbows forward or stretching the shoulder blades apart. Aim to show the width of your lats back, size of your arms, glute development, hamstring size, the thickness of your trapezius muscles, and rear calf musculature.

Group of silhouette illustrations of the Rear Lat Spread Pose being performing by a range fo bodybuilders


*Under Development*


Displays: Lat width, trapezius thickness, arm size, glute development, hamstring size, rear calf musculature



Drawings include:
Rear 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.