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BERRY4 SparkPoints: (252,661)
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6/24/13 9:20 P

IMO part of the "back" is the core which supports the body in general. I believe a variety of exercises keep things "fresh" and the muscles improving.

weighttraining.about.com/od/succeedingwith
weights/ss/specific_muscle_4.htm

weighttraining.about.com/od/succeedingwith
weights/a/Build-Great-Abdominal-Muscle
s.htm


Remember the old song 'dem bones?
www.songsforteaching.com/folk/dembones.php

Everything is connected to everything else! -- In many settings, compound exercises are probably the preferred exercise-type for overall benefit (often more "functional"!).

www.livestrong.com/article/123116-back-com
pound-exercises/


www.livestrong.com/article/386644-back-wor
kout-exercises/


Edited by: BERRY4 at: 6/24/2013 (21:23)
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6/24/13 9:17 P

pull ups. you can also use the pull up bar as an anchor for a resistance band so that you can perform a far greater variety of rows.

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6/24/13 9:05 P

Right now I'm doing one-arm rows and dead lifts. Are there any exercises I'm missing in my routine that will help build up my back? I workout at home and have adjustable dumbbells and a workout bench but that's about the extent of my home gym.

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