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Four Back Exercises You Can Do at Home

Four Back Exercises You Can Do at Home

Advance your training with Four At Home Muscle Building Back Exercises by Brad Gouthro. A strong back and shoulders are the building blocks of a great body, help prevent injury, and are key to athletic performance. You'll tone the Biceps, Delts and Lats directly and burn more fat from the metabolic benefit that comes from building strength in some of the largest muscles in the body.

This latest edition of is perfect if you have heavy lifting to do for work, are looking to balance your upper body development, or if you are just starting out and want to achieve fast results in your appearance, posture and movement. These exercises work major muscles on down the chain through your glutes and hamstrings and will have a dramatic effect for you if age related aches and pains are restricting movement.

Brad walks you through correct back exercise techniques on the Ultimate Body Press Dip Bar, Push Up Rings, Sandbag and Pull Up Bar including resistance variations so you can complete full sets every time.

Four Back Exercises for Muscle Building:
  • Body Weight Row ( 2 Variations ): 10-12 reps
  • One Arm Row: 10-12 reps
  • SandBag Pull Over: 10-12 reps
  • Pull Ups ( 4 Variations ): 10-12 reps

Exercise Details: The Body Weight Row - an Ultimate Body Press favorite! Learn correct shoulder technique and target muscles from the shoulders and back on through the hamstrings and glutes. The Body Weight Row is key to balancing muscle gains from your chest and tricep dips.

One Arm Row - Slow down and get focused on your form. Effectively work every muscle in your back. The one arm row may quickly become your favorite movement.

Sandbag Pull Over - Full Extensions develop the shoulders, abs and lower back with a heavy emphasis on the lats. Lats are big muscles and will repay your effort by burning fat long after your workout.

Pull Ups Make it through to exercise four and see why Brad always says: Every home should have a pull up bar. The Pull Up is the one movement that works every muscle group and the results are immediately apparent. Brad includes the Jumping Pull Up for beginners and the Wide Grip Pull Up for the advanced users with variations in between.

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