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Best workout for a ripped back

Updated on November 2, 2012

Getting a ripped back

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The exercises needed to get a ripped back

The back is usually neglected when it comes to getting it toned and in shape. Many people look over it when working out. most people forget how important the core is for not only your workouts but also your overall health. The back is a necessary tool to help you help improve all aspects of your workout. If you are interested in getting abs it's important to know that your back is the other half of your core. Core training is important. Going overboard of course can be dangerous as it would be with anything else.

Now the first component to your work out will be the most important. This is doing wide military style pull ups. This is no easy task and if you can do ten you are on the right track. my advice is to do as many as you can and try to do 3 sets. The next step would be to do reverse grip pull ups. Try to do 12-15 reps 3 sets. Once you have completed that the final piece of the pull ups is to do hammer gripped pull ups. 10-12 reps 3 sets.

Once you have done that preform 15 reps and three sets on row machine exercise.

Thats it! Key to your backs development is continuously do pull ups and get better at them. After a while you'll be able to add a weight to your body and really start ripping and bulking your back.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Great suggestions and so true about neglecting the back. You know exactly what you are talking about here. A balanced way of exercising and showing real muscles. Thanks for following me, I appreciate you choosing me.

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      Joe 3 years ago from north miami FL

      You're welcome I appreciate your following as well.

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