The front lat spread and rear lat spread are two of the seven basic poses used in the first round of traditional bodybuilding competitions. These instantly identifiable poses highlight the muscles of the latissimus group, which extend from the lower back to the sides of the torso. In a bodybuilding competition, the front lat spread typically follows the very first pose – traditionally the front double bicep pose – while the rear lat spread comes near the middle or end of the first posing round.
Stand facing the audience with your feet a bit wider than shoulder-width apart and one foot in front of the other. Bend your knees slightly. Angle the toes of your front foot out about 30 degrees, keeping the foot flat. Stand on the toes of the rear foot.
Make fists with both hands and place your fists on your sides, level with your bellybutton, with your palms facing downward. Hook your thumbs behind your waist. Your arms should form a 90-degree angle at the bicep and forearm.
Hold your shoulders down, press your fists into your sides, and pull your shoulder blades apart. Tighten your abdominal muscles, pecs, biceps, traps, and forearms to highlight your muscle definition and body lines.
Rear Lat Spread
Assume the same stance and pose as the front lat spread, but with your back turned to the audience.
Start with your shoulder blades pushed together to keep your latissimus dorsi compacted.
Push your elbows out in front of your torso, keeping your fists planted at your sides. This widens the shoulder blades, revealing the full spread of your latissimus dorsi.
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