Back Exercises With Resistance Bands


Back Exercises With Clip Exercise Bands are superior for back training because they create super safe, increasing tension from almost any angle. This creates an optimal scenario for muscle stimulation and growth. Check out the Back exercises below:

 

 

1 Arm Bent Over Row (Lawn Mower)

Description: One Arm Bent Over Row also know as Lawn Mower is one of the best exercises that you can do to work each side of your Latissimus Dorsi (The largest muscle in your back that gives you the V-taper). Performing this exercise with bands works incredibly well because at the end of your pull, you will be getting more resistance. This is due to the properties of elastics.

Area Targeted: Outer back

 

 

 

Assisted Pull Ups

Description: Pull Ups are amazing for building the back muscles that create the V-Taper shape in the upper body. Assisted Pull Ups with Clip Exercise Bands will help you to work the muscle harder and longer. Elastic resistance is perfect to assist with this exercise because it provides more resistance where you need it and less where you don't.

Area Targeted: Outer back

 

 

 

Assisted Reverse Grip Pull Ups

Description: Reverse Grip Pull Ups also known as chin ups work the Biceps, but more importantly, the Latissimus Dorsi muscle, which creates the V-Taper shape in the physique. The problem with this exercise is that most people cannot do many - until now! Adding elastic resistance bands to assist with this exercise will enable you to do more reps, to get better results.

Area Targeted: Outer back

 

 

 

Bent Over Back Row (Heavy Pants)

Description: Bent Over Back Row, also known as Heavy pants is a great exercise for building up the Lat (Latissimus Dorsi) muscles. These are the back muscles that will give you the V-Taper in your physique. Using Clip Bands for this exercise takes it to a whole new level because you will get more resistance at the end of the movement, where it is most beneficial.

Area Targeted: Outer back

 

 

 

Kneeling 1 Arm Back Row

Description: The Kneeling one arm back row with exercise bands is one of the best exercises that you can do to target your Lat Muscles (the ones that build width in your physique). This exercise works so well because the floor anchors your body, and you are pulling from an optimal angle.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Kneeling Back Row

Description: Kneeling Back Row with bands is a super effective exercise for working the Latissimus Dorsi, the largest muscle in the back. Resistance bands exercises require a good deal of stabilization, so they are always incorporating the core. By kneeling for this exercise your will gain additional stability from the floor.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Kneeling Straight Arm Lat Extension

Description: Kneeling Straight Arm Lat Extension with clip Bands works the Latissimus Dorsi against its exact function: bringing the arm from straight out in front of the body down to the sides. Bands work so well because they creates progressive resistance without the element of momentum. So, you can train the muscle fast and hard to stimulate growth.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Lying Lat Pull

Description: Lying Lat Pull with Elastic Resistance Bands is unlike any other wide grip Lat pull that you can do. Unlike seated or kneeling Lat pull, this variation in a lying position forces you to use proper form, which will isolate the Latissimus Dorsi (The V-Taper Muscle in the back). If you have never truly felt your lats working during and exercise, you will now!

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Reverse Grip Lat Pulldown

Description: Reverse grip Lat Pulldown with bands targets and works the Latissimus Dorsi (the V-Taper muscle). This exercise closely mimics chin ups. Even though super heavy resistance will lift you up out of your kneeling position, make no mistake, this exercise is amazing. You will be shocked at the results with moderately heavy resistance and higher reps.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Seated Back Row (High)

Description: Seated back Row with exercise bands from a high anchor point is the best way to perform heavy rows with elastic resistance. One of the challenges with heavy elastic resistance is that it can literally pull you out of your exercise position. This Seated Back Row resolves the issue by combining the right anchor point and body angle. Work your back to the max!

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Squatted Back Row

Description: Squatted Back Row with clip exercise bands works and targets the V-Taper muscle on your back (The Latissimus Dorsi). Since this exercise is in a standing position so you will have to offset the resistance pulling you forward with your bodyweight. You may have to go with lighter resistance for more reps, but make no mistake, you will annihilate your Lats and force them to grow.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Standing One Arm Back Row

Description: You will be in disbelief at how well the Standing One Arm Row with exercise bands works your Lat Muscle (the V-Taper Muscle on your back). Doing an exercise one limb at a time, like a 1 arm row has actually been proven to work the muscles harder and recruit more fibers. The burn will be intense, but the results will be legit. You will LOVE this exercise.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 

 

Standing Back Extension

Description: Standing Back Extension with bands is essential for maintaining a healthy back. This exercise works and develops the Erector Spinae, the spinal erectors. These are the muscles that run the length of your spine and are responsible for getting you to stand up straight. Using elastic resistance for this exercise is optimal as it does not create momentum, which can cause injury.

Area Targeted: Middle Back (along Spine)

 

 

 

Standing Back Extension (Handle)

Description: Standing Back Extension with Clip bands, attached to a handle is a great beginner variation to regular Standing Back Extension (no handles). This is a great exercise to perform if you need to build the Spinal Back Muscles, but have strength or mobility issues. Bands are perfect for this exercise because they do not create momentum and are therefore safer.

Area Targeted: Middle Back (along Spine)

 

 

 

Wide Grip Lat Pull Down

Description: Wide Grip Lat Pull Down with resistance bands is the exercise that you want to do if you are looking to add width and size to your back. This exercise works the Lats (V-Taper) muscles in the a same way that a Pull Up does. Super heavy resistance for this exercise is not optimal, however, don't let that be a deterrent! Using bands, you to build amazing size even with less tension.

Area Targeted: Outer Back

 

 


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