How To Perform The Chest Supported Row And Its Variations

Chest Supported Row

The chest supported row exercise is similar to the bent over barbell row and allows you to concentrate on working, the vast majority of muscles located in the posterior side of the upper body. This variation of the row requires less effort to keep your body stable because one end of the bar pivots at a … Read more

Barbell Lat Workouts For Bigger and Stronger Back

Barbell lat Exercises and workout For Building Muscle

You don’t need special gym machines to get a strong and sculpted Lat. All you require is a barbell and weighted plates, 15 minutes, and motivation to get the same results. Barbell lat exercises are one of the best ways to strengthen your upper back if strengthening your back is your fitness goal. And, even … Read more

10 Best Barbell Back Exercises for Strength and Mass

Barbell Back Exercises and Workout

There are a lot of benefits to having strong back muscles. Not only will you improve your posture and reduce your risk of injury, but you’ll also be stronger for performing big lifts in the gym. A stronger back will make your shoulders more stable, which will allow you to lift heavier weights in chest … Read more

Chest supported T Bar Row: Muscle Worked, Alternate

Chest supported T Bar Row

The chest supported T-bar row also known as chest supported machine row exercise is similar to T-Bar Row and allows you to concentrate on working, the vast majority of muscles located in the posterior side of the upper body. In other words, this variation requires less effort to stabilize body position during the row because … Read more

Resistance Band Trap Exercises for Mass and Strength

Resistance band trap exercises

You are in the right place if you are looking for the best resistance band trap exercises to build massive and stronger traps. Get an incredibly muscular physique with well-developed trapezius muscles. There is so much more to trap training than just endless shrug variations. To really build up the traps, you should try to … Read more

Best Cable Trap Exercises For Strength & Size

Cable trap exercises and Workout

If you want to maximize the development of your upper back and build up your shoulders, then you need to do the best cable trap exercises. Although every cable trap exercises hit all three muscle fibers to some degree, certain ones are better than others at stressing the different Muscle fibers because of the biomechanics … Read more

10 Best Back and Bicep Dumbbell Workout

Best Back and Bicep Dumbbell Workout

If you are looking for the best dumbbell exercises to train your back and bicep at home or the gym, then you are in the right place. This best back and bicep dumbbell workout focuses on building mass and strength in the latissimus dorsi, lower back, rhomboids, both heads of the biceps, and forearms. Back … Read more

Foam Roller Exercises For Back to Improve Pain & flexibility

Upper back Thoracic Spine foam roller

Most of us have tension in our upper back, neck, and shoulders due to constant hunching over a computer at work, looking at our phones, and from sitting and driving. This constant slumping can create stiffness and tightness over time, not to mention postural imbalances. Incorporating some stretching into your routine is a good place to start, but … Read more

Back and Bicep Workout at home for Building Muscle

Back and Bicep Workout at home for Building Muscle

At-home bodyweight back and biceps workout builds strength and lean muscle tissue in the lats, lower back, rhomboids, both heads of the biceps, and forearms. The combination of bodyweight back and bicep exercise help to increase your muscle strength and endurance in the back and arm. Back and bicep is a muscle pairing as old … Read more

Resistance Band Upright Row: Muscle Worked, Benefits

Resistance Band Upright Row

The resistance band upright row is a variation of the upright row and an exercise used to build the muscles of the shoulders and traps. Utilizing the resistance band is useful in that it provides constant tension on the target muscle group as you move the weight through the range of motion. There is no … Read more