back workout

Cross-bench pull-over

1 Move For More Strength: Cross-Bench Pull-Over

Hit your lats, pecs, and serratus all in one exercise! The cross-bench pull-over sometimes seems forgotten in the land of gym machines, but it used to be THE most popular exercise among bodybuilding greats in the 1900s. Don’t let the infamous pull-over go by the wayside. It is a 5-star exercise that you should be …

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incline bench rows

Hit Your Core, Back and Biceps with Incline Bench Rows

You’re most likely familiar with rows, and you most likely use a barbell for the exercise. Did you know you can use a different variation that keeps your body in great positioning and stops you from rounding your back? It’s as simple as using an inline bench and dumbbells the next time you’re in the …

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long bar row

Get Stronger with the Long Bar Row and Blast More Fat!

Spread your “wings” and fly. Don’t worry! We aren’t going sappy on you. We’re talking about widening your lats! Wide lats give you the appearance of having an X-shape: wide upper body, tight waistline, massive quads. It’s the overall look of a man forged by iron. Fan out your lats by putting in the work …

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Workout: Single Arm Dumbbell Rows For a Wider Back

Let’s get serious about your back! Yes, we’re talking about an actual thick, strong back here. A solid back is built through solid lifting using both pushing and pulling exercises. With that said, you can’t have complete back day without single arm dumbbell rows, an exercise where you’re pulling against resistance. Dumbbells rows are superior …

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t-bar row

Try this back workout featuring the t-bar row and burn fat

For a densely muscled back, you need to start doing the T-Bar row. This is one exercise that allows you to go super heavy. Why? Position, position, position! When you perform T-Bar rows, you are using a neutral grip where your palms face each other, and that is your strongest pulling position. Why does that …

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