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Standing Lat Pull Down

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(With Band Above Knees)

Start standing in front of high pulley with straight bar attachment. Secure a band around your legs above the knees to provide resistance as you spread your legs to keep a good base during the lift. Then, pull the straight bar down toward your chest as if performing a pull-up, except move the bar toward you, rather than moving your body toward the bar.

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