What’s a sexy body without a toned back? Even if you can’t see it (unless you have a mirror behind you!), it should be included in your workout. Why? Well, I’ll give you two of the most important benefits.
First, back workouts improve your posture. No matter how much you work your abs out, you’ll look puny if you have a slouched one. Second, they improve your overall appeal. Just imagine sculpted muscles and V-taper!
Now, are you ready to know the basic principles for building an incredible back? A good workout routine and a few hacks to maximize your gains!
So let’s start with these exercises recommended by NSCA certified personal trainer Krista Stryker on Mind Body Green:
6 Exercises For A Strong, Sexy Back
Though many of us will be bundled in warm coats and scarves for the next month or two, that doesn’t mean we need to put our fitness routines on hold. The sooner you start, the more likely it is you’ll have met your goals once it’s time to shed the layers. Work hard now, and you’ll have a strong, sexy back by the time tank top season gets here! Read more…
And here’s a workout routine by American former IFBB professional bodybuilder Lee Haney on Flex Online:
Lee Haney’s Principles for Building an Incredible Back
What were your simplest principles for building the back that won eight Sandows? Read more…
You may have noticed that pull-ups are both included in the two articles. Aside from toning your back, pull-ups work your upper body, enhance your grip strength, and boost fat loss. Plus, they’re convenient because all you need is yourself and a bar! You can pretty much do this exercise anywhere.
Lastly, Muscle and Strength shares a few tips for your workout:
8 Back Blasting Workout Tips To Improve Size & Strength
The back is an often neglected and underworked muscle group. The average lifter either works it with a half-effort, using only lat pull downs and uninspired rowing reps, or just doesn’t care about making the back as brutally strong as possible. Read more…
Now that you know the principles for building an incredible back, just keep on working out. But of course, do not overtrain as it will only worsen your body goals! Be sure to exercise for at least an hour a day, too. Not just for your back, but also for your whole body!
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