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Don't Forget About Your Back: These at-Home Back Exercises Rock

While a lot of people are training their core muscles to get that desired abs, they forget about not the less important part of the body — the back. Having a

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While a lot of people are training their core muscles to get that desired abs, they forget about not the less important part of the body — the back. Having a toned back is attractive for both men and women and definitely piques the interest. While men focus on it more often, women can neglect it. So, let’s tackle this challenge and start training your back!

For this workout plan, you will need lightweight dumbbells and your body weight. Oh, I forgot to say: the most important thing you will need is your desire as you will have to perform this plan at least 3 days a week to see the fantastic result in less than a month. So, the equipment: the lightweiht dumbbells and your desire. Let’s go!

T Raises

To feel the burn and your muscles, you don’t necessarily need heavy dumbbells. It is a great shoulder stabilization exercise that can help you gain strong shoulders and boost your mobility. Do 15 reps.

Delt Raise

This exercise is about control. Don’t focus on your arm muscles when performing it. The main thing you should keep in mind here is your back. Delt raise makes your deltoids and shoulders stronger (independently!). Do 10 reps.

Single-Arm Dumbbell Rows

If you perform this exercise well, you will undoubtedly achieve a strong back. It focuses on your shoulders, upper arms, and core. Oh, and make sure you keep your core engaged through this entire movement.

Side Plank Lateral Raise

Oh boy, our favorite and always-effective plank is here! This exercise strengthens your lateral hip muscles, arms, shoulders, and even legs. It also improves your overall balance while stabilizing your spine muscles. Do 10 reps for each arm.

Push-Up Hold

Don’t count the reps here; it’s not that important. What IS essential here is to hold 2cm off the floor when doing push-ups. This exercise targets your triceps, front deltoids, and core while boosting your overall balance. Holding yourself down for a while activates your chest and shoulders far more than a standard pushup. Do 5 reps.







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