I can’t stress enough how form is key to seeing the results you want, besides diet of course. When viewing people, clients, and friends doing back routines, more times than not I see people working out using improper form. Below you will find my routine on growing your back with angles. When I plan my routines, whether they are for a beginner or someone advanced, the exercises will never be confusing or put you in an awkward position and at a higher risk of injury.
Are you just getting back into it, and need an easy workout routine? That’s no problem, as this workout was designed to be simple and easy. Remember though, any workout can be easy, it’s up to you (the individual) to challenge yourself and make it more difficult as you progress.
Growing Your Back With Angles:
- Pull-ups (assisted or un-assisted): 3 sets x 10-15 reps - with slow eccentric downward movement and complete elbow extension in the bottom position
- Neutral grip cable pull-downs: 3 sets x 12-15 reps - keeping elbows tight to your sides and torso at a 90 degree angle
- Seated single cable rows: 3 sets x 12-15 reps
- Bent over barbell rows: 3 sets x 10 reps - with 2 second hold on contraction
- Barbell deadlifts: 5 sets x 5 reps - heavy
Recommended Workout Stack:
- Beast Mode pre-workout: take 1 scoop 30 minutes before working out to energize your entire body.
- Aminolytes: Mix with water and sip throughout your workout to enhance muscle endurance and accelerate post-workout recovery.
- 100% Beast Whey post-workout shake: Take 1-2 scoops mixed with almond milk immediately following your workout to stimulate new muscle growth and maximize lean body mass.