Yes and no.
Look, you’re not going to have any worthwhile lat-width (or trap size/thickness) without ever picking up the ability to flare your lats (or flex your traps) along the way…
on the flip side you can’t just short-circuit your way to “feeling” your back muscles (understand their effective ROM, strength and speed curve yada yada yada) move the load the way a pro-bber does after years of training without first going through the “EAT and add weight to the bar” stages.
So you start off the way every beginner does - standard movements with youtube-validated form and add weight to the bar blah blah … with ONE refinement: you actually pay attention (or try to) to your muscles working - where you feel the tension, soreness, etc - so you can use this information to modify/select movements/technique etc once you get to a more intermediate stage of training.
Even if you DO rapidly gain a mind muscle connection early on (thats never a bad thing from a bbing point of view) I’d STILL hold off on making any severe adjustments to your until you actually have some development to support your case (non-trivial size added with lagging parts/weaknesses clearly visible).
As for that euphoric/nirvanic state where you’re “contracting your muscles” against resistance AND moving heavy weight with a form (power stroke) and range of motion (power groove) developed by years of educated effort - if/when you get there, your development will indicate it.
This is why people need to spend YEARS at this before blindly yapping away on forums.
- They (Arnold, Kai) are training their MUSCLES directly using the implements at hand,
- You (like anyone else who prescribes a universal form/execution per movement to everyone listening) are merely “executing” a compound movement, likely based on aforementioned ad-hoc description that “promises” to work your muscles, and is in fact a great way for you to start off with - but will really do little for you physique-wise UNTIL you some-day graduate to training your MUSCLES through variations (sometimes completely different from what you knew or read) of execution or variations of the movements themselves - that you once started off with.
Interesting ,where can i read more about this ,If i understand correctly you say that I have learn to isolate the muscle group first and I will be able to train all my back with variation of back rows for examples ?[/quote]