Massive Back Building
Building massive back muscles
not only look great, but also they assist your total body in very functional
ways. Massive back muscles help you maintain better posture and generally
encourage a strengthened core. The exercises best suited for building massive
back muscles are ideal for any workout routine, as they really focus on the
total body and work many muscle groups.
There are three main exercises
you need to incorporate into your routine if you really want to build those
massive back muscles. These are squats, dead lifts, and bench presses.
The most important of these
exercises is the one that’s nearly become extinct in most gym environments.
These have fallen out of fashion and replaced with trendier exercises that
actually do less for your total body, and certainly for your chest muscles. The
deadlift is a considered a compound exercise, which is why it’s so great for a
total body transformation. Muscle groups targeted by deadlifts include the lats,
glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps, traps, erector spinae, and hip flexors. You also
involve your forearm muscles and the muscles of your core when performing a
deadlift, which leaves experts puzzling as to why people aren’t doing these more
Dead lifts are great because
you burn a lot of calories as a result of doing these. They also involve cardio
as your heart rate raises with all the effort put into the exercise. All of this
means you’ll lose fat as your build big muscles.
While dead lifts might be key
to building massive back muscles, don’t ignore the squat and the bench press.
These exercise are common to most every weight lifter, however, most people
don’t do these regularly enough to really see results. These two exercises,
along with deadlifts, should be done at least twice a week, before they’ll
really help you build massive back muscles. Start each of these three exercises
with a weight that fatigues the muscles but allows you to maintain good form.
Don’t forget; if you have bad form, these exercises will do very little
for you. In fact, over time, you may suffer injury by overworking your muscles
A workout to build massive back
muscles should focus on more than just these three exercises, and what else you
choose to do is up to you and your personal goals. However, ANY routine that
really builds massive back muscles will not neglect including these.