During fitness, we will come into contact with fitness tools. Among fitness tools, resistance band is a very good tool, and many parts can be used with resistance band, but some people don't know what resistance band back exercises are. So, what are the 3 exercises of resistance band back training? Let's take a look.
Top 3 Resistance Band Upper Back Exercises
1. Rowing with backward inclination
First find a strong column that will not cause problems. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and face the column. Hold the handle with each hand. This position is parallel to your stomach, and then pull up the resistance band with your thumb up. Slowly return to the starting position and repeat 10 - 12 times. Be sure to keep your back straight and perpendicular to the ground throughout the process.
2. Rowing in a standing position
Tie the end of the resistance band to the door handle, or other similar position. Make sure that each resistance band has the same length, step back from the door and keep the rope loose. Feet shoulder width apart, grab the handle, bend your knees slightly, and keep your back straight. Then pull back smoothly, make sure your elbows are on both sides of your body, then return to the starting position and repeat.
3. Resistance band pull-up
Stand wider than your shoulders, step on the rope with your feet for exercise, keep the rope loose when it is not pulled up, and then start exercising. Keep your knees slightly bent, bend over, and slowly pull up the rope on both sides at the same time, keeping your elbows close to your sides.
Benefits of using resistance bands to exercise your back
1. Protect the posterior spine
Only with strong back muscles can you pull your spine, avoid your wrong posture and put pressure on your spine. However, when the training intensity difference between the front and rear sides of our body, that is, the chest and back is too large, it will cause round shoulders (when the chest muscles are too tight and the hands fall naturally, it will pull the arms and shoulders forward, resulting in chest inclusion) and hunchback and low back pain. At this time, we should strengthen the back training
2. Make your clothes look better
Yes, chest training is certainly helpful, but in fact, back muscles can make you support your clothes more fully. If you only train your chest alone, the effect of wearing clothes is more limited.