For the majority of back movements, you are going to exhale when lowering the weight, inhale when pulling the weight. The exception is rear delt movements that work against gravity. For rear delt raises, for example, breathe in to lower weight, out to raise.
The moat important factor is to BREATHE CONTINUOUSLY WITH A RELAXED JAW. Do not hold your breathe, purse your lips, or clench your teeth. This will shift tension into your chest, neck, and traps rather than allowing your back to do the work.
Honestly turning that stuttered yell (usually sounds like a short BAH OR DAH) to a drawn out yell (AAAHHHHHHHH) will force you to breathe continuously.
Give these a shot and let me know what you think!
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