Craft a bigger, better back from top to bottom with the balanced attack of these back exercises for women.
Use this mobility sequence to improve form, strength and performance.
Work your whole body and get vertical with this badass, arachnid-like move.
Having a well-defined trapezius is a boon for backless dresses, balanced posture and building strength.
Practice these six essential exercises to sculpt a beautiful back and preserve your spine.
If you’ve got back issues or are just looking for something new, then this variation on a good morning is perfect.
Craft a bigger, better back from top to bottom with this balanced attack.
Don’t let back pain get you down.
These simple changes in your handgrip will cut a beautiful V-taper and encourage growth in areas you may be missing.
This multi-purpose, multi-joint move increases strength and shreds your abs.
The rope climb is a feat of strength and an awesome full-body workout. Learn how to get up and down a rope gracefully … and without rope burns.
Kettlebells are effective, but if used incorrectly, they can pose a risk of injury. Follow these tips for training this posterior chain powerhouse.
Barbell deadlifts are a challenging but essential move to have in your training arsenal. Here’s how to do them properly.
When it comes to improving strength and size in your back, and creating that V-taper every woman wants, nothing beats wide-grip pulldowns. Here’s the skinny on how to make the most of the move and build your best back ever.
This total-body conditioner is a great functional exercise that mimics every day movements in and out of the gym.
Superman swimmers are a great move for targeting the back. Here’s how to get them right.
Pull-ups are challenging but not impossible. Here’s how to master this move.
Strengthen your back and core with this versatile move.
Change your grip to build a stronger back.
Rushed for time at the gym? The Row/Flye Combo does double duty and targets your back and delts in one shot.
Develop your V-shape with the Reverse Machine Flye.
Strengthen and stretch your upper body (including your back and delts!) right at home with this move.