Increase your back with these exercises
- Lat pull-down
- Bent over barbell
- Seated cable row
We can’t praise deadlifts enough. There are literally people out there in the gyms doing just this one exercise, called powerlifters. It should be on the top of your priority list of exercises to master. (Deadlift workout)
Deadlifts activate almost all your muscles in your body, from your calves all the way up to your traps. It works the biggest muscles the most, your thighs, glutes, and lats, as well as your arms, are activated almost all the way through the positive and negative motion. (top 5 back workout)
The form is very important for performing deadlifts. You want to bend the hips the least amount while lifting. Keep your back is straight all the way through the motion. (Back workout)
#2 Lat pull-down
Either performed using the wide or narrow grip, lat pulldowns are an excellent way to work your lats. You will need a cable machine to do these, either at the gym or if you have the currency, you can also invest in a home gym too. (Lat pull-down workout)
Set the weight, grab the handle and sit down on the bench, tucking your knees under the support pads. Bend slightly backward so you are looking at the ceiling in an angle. Pull the bar towards your chest, not behind your neck.
You will see people advising alternating between the two methods but pulling the bar behind your neck will only result in you spraining your shoulders. (top 5 back workouts)
Lat pulldowns work best if you do the whole motion slowly. Approaching weight training from a ‘slow and steady wins the race‘ point of view is probably the best idea. You might be working your muscles with smaller weights, but you activate them for much longer than if you’d just jerk the bar up and down. Performing exercises slowly makes the training more effective.
Bodyweight pull-ups are the next step up from lat pulldowns. One of the exercises you won’t be able to perform for a while, it’s still a good idea to try and practice them as much as possible.
If you are frequenting the gym, you can use a pull up assist machine first. Same thing as doing a regular pull up, but you do it kneeling on a weighted pad. (pull-ups workout)
If you really want to concentrate on your lats, use a wide overhand grip. Chin-ups use your arms muscles more (they are excellent nevertheless). Pull-ups are a great way to achieve a ‘V-shape’ soon.
If you are exercising at home, get one a pull-up bar and start doing pull-ups your legs resting on a chair. Please, please, make sure the bar is fitted properly and that it can support your body weight before you start hanging off it. (Top 5 Back workout)
#4 Bent over barbell
(top 5 back workouts) The barbell bent-over row is a compound exercise used to build strength and size in both the lower and upper back. It targets nearly all of the muscles in the back, but particularly the lats, rhomboids, and lower back. It is commonly utilized as an accessory movement for the deadlift in powerlifting but is also popular in strength and muscle-focused upper-body workouts. (Bent over workout)
#5 Seated cable row
(Top 5 back workouts) The cable seated row is a popular exercise to train the muscles of the upper back, including the lats (latissimus dorsi), traps, rhomboids, and rear deltoids, using a cable stack. It also targets the biceps to a lesser degree. The cable row can work well in a variety of rep-ranges but is most popular in muscle-building workouts or as an accessory movement for strength workouts. (Seated cable raw workout)
Notes (you must be followed)
- If you will follow these exercises. So then it will make your back bigger
- You will have to follow these exercises for getting V shape back
- As well as you will have to follow some diet
- These back workout will help you to bring thickness in your back