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Back Exercise - Seated Pulley Rowing

One of the best exercises for the back because it thickens and widens the lats as well as works the traps and spinal erector muscles. 

Performing the exercise:
Use a handle with a narrow parallel grip. Seated on the bench, grab the handles with your knees bent and body bent forward. This is your starting position. Simultaneously, lean backward until your torso is perpendicular to the floor and bend your arms while pulling the handle toward your torso making sure your elbows travel backward close to the sides of your torso. Return to the starting position and repeat.

Variations:

Using different handles.

Fitness Tip: Working out your abs helps you to maintain a strong back.

 
 

Recommended Fitness Reading:
The Complete Book of Abs
by Kurt Brungardt
Bodybuilding : The Weider Approach
by Joe Weider



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