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Exercises for your Back

Work towards a shredded back and get a nice v-shape with these muscle building back exercises. These exercises will work your latissimus dorsi, trapezius and posterior deltoids, among others.

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  • Band Assisted Pull Up

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Scapular Pulls

    <p>Scapular Pulls is a variation on the pull-up, and is an exercise you can use to progress towards doing a pull up and build pull up strength.</p>

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Scapular Retractions

    <p>Scapular Retractions is a beginner exercise to work on shoulder strength and build pull up strength. No equipment is required.</p>

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Pull Up Negatives

    <p>Pull-up negatives are a variation on the pull up that utilizes eccentric contraction. This is a good building block exercise to progressing towards being able to do a real pull up.</p>

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Barbell Deadlift

    • force pull
    • level advanced
    • category full body
    • movement compound
  • Arch Hangs

    <p>Arch hangs help you to build pull up strength, and are a great exercise to progress towards achieving a pull up.</p>

    • force pull
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Pull Up

    • force pull
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Single Arm Row (Bent-Over Row)

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Body Weight Row

    <p>This is a variation on the pull up, but easier. For those who can't do a pull up yet, this is a great exercise to start with in order to build up strength in your latissimus dorsi (lats) and posterior deltoids.</p>

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Lat Pull Down

    • force pull
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound