Back Workout Exercise for Building the Back
Looking for the best back workout exercise for building the back well it is a matter of back to basics. Now I have heard people say that deadlifts thicken the waist well that I am afraid is just bullsh*t. The dead lift when performed correctly is one of the best back workout exercises for building the back and it also increases growth hormone release for all over muscle growth (how to do the deadlift correctly). Here is an excerpt from Ben Pakulski journal which highlights the back workout exercise.
Killed back twice this week:his week: One day is heavy rows and pull ups; the other day is very meticulous contraction and back to basics with deadlifts at the end of the workout.
I have given special attention this year to using only perfect form on every thing I do. Bit of a shot to the ego when it comes to weights, but they have gone back up relatively quickly.
What does perfect form mean?
Ahhh the question every aspiring bodybuilding should be asking! (and likely is!) Perfect form is getting a muscle AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE! And conversely, as long as possible, although both are not always possible in the same exercise. This should be the basis for where every workout begins. HOW DO I GET A MUSCLE AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE?
First, what does that mean? And what does a fully shortened muscle look like for each and every body part? If you don’t know the answers to these questions, and you’re trying to build muscle, you’re wasting time. Now, that doesn’t mean that you’re not going to build ANY muscle (if you use the “shake weight” enough times you will eventually build some muscle). However, if you’re like most people I know, you value your life and don’t want to waste your time in the gym. Who wants to work hard and not building muscle effectively…right?
Since the theme for this week is back workout exercises for building the back or lats as we call them..
The lats primary functions are to “adduct, extend and internally rotate the humerus.” Although there may be a few other functions in there, depending on specific fiber direction, these are the main ones we need to be concerned with. So, what does that mean? From the “anatomical position” (standing with arms at your sides, palms facing forward), it simply means: Bring your arm closer to your side, rotate the shoulder inward (so your palm is facing behind you), and extend your arm as far as possible behind you (without moving any other part of your body). TRY IT! See how it feels.
If you’re not getting close to this position in your workouts, you’re wasting time!
It doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to do exactly this position on every exercise. Some exercises are slightly different angles etc. But this should be the primary goal and on your mind when executing each and every set and rep.
My back workout exercise for building the back looks like this obviously adjust your weights:
Reverse Grip Seated cable row 4×15 (180, 225, 225, 225lbs)
One arm dumbbell row 4×12(130, 140, 140,140)
Overhand barbell row 4×15(315)
Deadlift 4×20 (315 for 23 on first set, then 405lbs for 3 sets: 20, 17,17 reps) We kept the deads light cause I hadn’t deadlifted in almost 3 months.
This is a great back workout exercise routine for building the back. Ben is launching a revolutionary muscle building workout and nutrition strategy Mass Intentions 40 on November 29th check it out now or feel free to read a full honest Mass Intentions Review