Kai's 10 Big Back Principles

Kai Greene explains the 10 principles of his unorthodox back training
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He’s No. 2 now. In all of the world, there is only one bodybuilder ahead of Kai Greene,and that’s the man he finished second to at the last two Olympias: Phil Heath. No. 2’s greatest advantage over No. 1 is lat width. It wins him the rear-relaxed shot. On theother hand, one of the things the current Mr. O has over the top contender is backseparation—especially in the lower traps. That and Heath’s fuller delts win him the rear double biceps. Rear lat spread is a toss-up—Greene is wider, Heath features more density and details, especially mid-back.

Greene knows what he needs to do to improve his back poses: Beef up his traps, rear delts, and the smaller muscles of his upper back. Kai is hard at work on these improvements and he filled us in on the 10 principles behind his unique back workouts.

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