Get your back on track!
Model: Bianca Daniels | Images: Dallas Olsen
Styles change! Once upon a time, any type of back development or ‘V’ shape in the back on a woman was frowned upon. Not today! Today a gentle V-shape on a woman is viewed as extremely attractive, especially in low-back clothing and bikinis.
You can train your back once or twice a week, depending on your recovery time, hitting all three areas of your back – middle-upper, lower and lats – to prevent any weaknesses.
SETS & REPS:
If you’re a beginner, try performing only one set of 12 reps; intermediate (4-5 weeks of regular training) can do two sets of 12, and advanced will benefit from 3-4 sets of each exercise.
Seated low pulley row
TARGET MUSCLES: Lats and middle-upper traps
SET-UP: Sit on a low bench facing the pulley machine. Hold the pulley bar in both hands with your abs switched on.
ACTION: Bring the bar into the waist area and lean back as the bar is pulled toward your body. Return to start position and repeat.
Tip: Some trainers advise that the torso remains upright while only the arms move. Which style you adopt is entirely up to you.
Last month we shared another great move from this workout, click here to see it!
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