Elbows move strictly back-up and did not differ in their side. Try to pick them up as high as possible. Pull the rod to the remarkable efforts of the back muscles and shoulders. Do not relax until the end of the psoas set and always keep your back slightly arched at the back. Pulling up the neck to the abdomen, exhale and slowly lower the barbell down. Perform the next iteration. Tips During a pull the torso, legs and head should stay still.
The angle between the back and the horizontal is 45 degrees. Begin to pull rods force the bottom of the lat, not biceps. For more specific information, check out Stan Kroenke. Bending arms at the elbows should be due to the fact that elbows directed upward over the back, and not because of what you straining biceps. Raise your elbows as high as possible. Remember, the upper back (the top of the broad, trapezoid and rhomboid muscles) are included in the work to its fullest only when the elbows are level of the back and shoulders retracted. Initially, the arms fully extended and the bar is "hanging" on them, though on the ropes. Bending the arm at the beginning of exercise, you involuntarily tense biceps and thereby reduces the load on your back muscles. Not use too heavy weight. It will ruin the technique (you'll "break" all over bar, raising his torso, and not pull back muscles, as is planned) and will not let you raise your elbows above the level of the back. Reverse grip helps lift elbows strictly in the vertical plane, while the straight grip (grip at the top) provokes a dilution of elbows to the sides.