5 Best Back Exercises with Resistance Bands

5 Best Back Exercises with Resistance Bands

The cool thing about resistance bands is that you're able to come up with so many workout positions by simply improvising with your body and environment. This makes it possible to workout out specific muscle groups without needing standard gym equipment.

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These bands are organized by weight according to their colors. Where the black band is the heaviest with 50 LBS and the yellow is the lightest with 10 LBS. Really strong men put all 5 bands at once, as seen in the image above.

The 5 Back Exercises

With resistance bands, you can work for numerous muscle groups but for this article, we'll be focusing on the back muscles. The workouts with resistance bands usually include anchoring it on an object that's around you.

1. Lat Pull Down

Lat pull down back resistance band exercise

Hook your resistance band to any high point in your house. Once it's hooked you grip both handles and start to pull down. 

2. Face Pull

Resistance band face pull

Anchor your resistance band to something sturdy, like a post or a tree if you’re at home. Pull the band toward your face as you flare your elbows out, then reverse the movement. 

3. Seated Rowing

Seated rowing

Sit on the floor, legs together in front of you. Bend your knees slightly. Place the band around the soles of your feet. Then pull the band until your hands are over your thighs, keeping your elbows tucked in and your back neutral. Repeat motion.

4. Bent Over Row

Bent over row resistance bands

Stand on a resistance band, bending forward slightly, and hold both handles just under your knee. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and lift the band towards your upper rib. Lower the band and repeat.

5. Straight Arm Lat Pulldown

Straight Arm Lat pulldown
The position is the same as the lat pulldown but the difference here is that you keep your arms straight and stop them from bending.
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