Bodybuilding.com’s “The 6 Grittiest Back Exercises You’re Not Doing”, by Nick Tumminello, is a list of 6 very detailed exercises one can do for their back. The six exercises are rows with proper form, light top ROM rows, heavy bottom ROM rows, pull-up or pull-down mechanical drop set, pull-down at all widths, and explosive suspension-trainer rows. The exercises are explained in a very precise manner including technical terminology to be as accurate as possible.
- To be a strong lifter, you need to have strong back muscles
- Certain exercises like rows and mechanical pull downs significantly strengthen the back
- Perform all exercises using proper form
“Using light weight on the most difficult part of the range of motion means that it will be too light to create sufficient muscular overload in the other part of the range of motion that is less difficult.”