Bernd 2022-04-08 14:19:50 ⋅ 1y No. 145357
What are your favourite back exercises? Hardmode: No barbell, no machines.
Bernd 2022-04-08 14:45:34 ⋅ 1y No. 145360
I think it's called little teapot. Basically you're playing the role of a metronome. Very good for lower back.
Bernd 2022-05-31 04:28:33 ⋅ 1y No. 150613
>>145357 I'm currently learning one arm pullups, using a towel. It's amazing how it works the upperback. At first I thought it would only make my lats stronger, but no, the case is that it depends a lot on your upper back, so it's freaking amazing. My back it's the part of my body that I'm the proudest of, so the thing will be like Towel one-arm oriented pull ups Bent over rows to my chest One arm dumbell rows Shrugs try it. Your back will burn.
Bernd 2022-06-24 13:11:15 ⋅ 1y No. 183633
>>145357 I believe a lot of people are missing essential back muscles. Performing the various break dance exercises from 41:30 - 56:01 will highlight various back problems that you may have. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kmU3XFcnUY Then the fix for these various problems is exercises in this video which establishes some of the essential muscles that a lot of people are missing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWmGArQBtFI Another exercise that is highly effective at fixing common problems is done by holding dumbbells of increasing weights, and bending forward, then bending back. I could not find a video of the exercise, so I made a small picture instruction set demonstrating how the exercise is performed. This exercise can very quickly build up some of the essential back muscles that a lot of people are missing today.