Cable Back Workouts to Tone and Strengthen Your Entire Body


cable back workouts

Looking for a way to tone and strengthen your entire body? Look no further than cable back workouts! This type of workout uses resistance cables to target your back muscles. Not only will you see improvements in your back strength, but you’ll also notice a difference in your overall physique. In this blog post, we will provide 9 cable back workouts that you can do at home or in the gym. Let’s get started!

1. Seated row:

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The first cable back workout is the seated row. Start by sitting on a bench with your feet planted firmly and arms extended in front of you so they are parallel to the floor, next grab hold of one end (handles) pull it down towards the chest while maintaining straight posture throughout the movement – feel muscles at lower trapezius taxation point doing most work here!

2. Reverse fly:

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This is the reverse fly. It’s a simple yet effective cable back exercise that will be sure to get your arms in shape! To do it, start by standing with resistance cables of equal length held shoulder-width apart and positioned so they’re parallel on both sides of you (45 degrees). Slightly bend knees then lean forward until the torso forms an angle around 45 degrees – this should cause raising/ lowering motion when done properly.

3. Standing abduction:

To do this standing abduction, start by putting your feet hip-width apart and holding a resistance cable across both arms with palms facing forward. Next swing one leg out to the side keeping it straight at all times while returning into starting position for the next repetition – be sure not to arch back during this movement!

4. Lat pulldown:

The next cable back exercise is the lat pulldown. Starting on a machine with an attached resistance cord, sit down and grab it as if you were going to do some bicep curls- keeping your hands facing away from yourself while reaching up towards that bar so they can make contact at their midsection area (the “sweet spot”). Keeping oneself tightly engaged throughout this movement will help one avoid letting their lower body rise off of the ground during any part.

5. Standing row:

The standing row is one of the most basic and effective exercises for developing strength in your upper back. It’s also easy to do, making it perfect if you’re looking for something that doesn’t take much effort but offers benefits! Start by standing with feet hip-width apart holding a resistance cable near each side so they are vertical against thighs while bending knees slightly as well before slowly lifting arms up towards sides keeping them parallel (45 degrees)to floor stopping just short then lowering back down again.

6. Seated curl:

Next up is the seated curl. This cable back exercise starts by sitting on a bench with your feet planted firmly and then grabbing onto one side of an adjustable weight bar, curling it towards yourself while maintaining good for- keeping shoulders forward (don’t allow them to droop), chin tucked under or up slightly as needed for support if necessary; make sure no arm extends past opposite side at all times! You will feel this working primarily biceps during its execution so try not to let other muscles take over too much

7. Standing overhead press:

For the next cable back workout, we will do a standing overhead press. Start by standing with feet hip-width apart, holding a resistance cable in each hand at shoulder level with your palms facing forward. Next, press the cables overhead, keeping your core engaged throughout the movement. Pause and then slowly lower them back to the starting position.

8. Shoulder press:

The next cable back workout is the shoulder press. Start by sitting on a bench with your feet planted firmly and then grab hold of one end of an adjustable steel cable, which can be found at most gyms or warehouses that sell weights for exercise equipment (such as spin bikes). Next, extend it overhead so you are holding nothing but air while doing flat-out reps until reaching arms’ length above head level before returning them down again toward chest level to stimulate muscle growth via hypertrophy!

9. Triceps extension:

The next cable back workout is the triceps extension. Start by sitting on a bench with your feet planted firmly on the ground. Next, grab a resistance cable with both hands and extend your arms straight overhead. Be sure to keep your back straight and core engaged throughout the movement. You should feel a squeeze in your triceps at the top of the movement.

Conclusion:

Well, there you have it! These are just a few of the many cable back workouts that you can do to tone and strengthen your entire body. Be sure to mix things up and try different exercises to keep your workout routine interesting. And most importantly, don’t forget to have fun! Thanks for reading!

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