Body for Life-Back Training

Alot of people don’t like to
train their backs because they
can’t really see the muscles
being worked. It’s an “out-of-sight,
out-of-mind” thing.
But the back is the key area you
can train to significantly change the
proportions of your entire body, so
people notice even when you’re fully
clothed. A well-developed back is at
least as visible under your clothes as
a strong chest, and definitely more
visible under most clothes than say, your
biceps. Strong lats (the large muscles of
the back or “latissimus dorsi”) help create
that classic V-shape; the wider your
back and shoulders, the smaller your
waist appears.
Another good reason to devote serious
attention to the muscles behind you is
that they greatly assist with developing
the muscles in front. Want maximum
results from squatting, curling or
pressing exercises? All of these require
a strong back. Back strength also
promotes proper body mechanics (and
prevents injury) as you bend, twist
and lift throughout the day.
With all this in mind, isn’t it time to
pay a little more attention to your back?

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