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Developing the Muscles of the Middle Back

When it comes to training the back, most guys readily target the outer region. The center of the back goes largely ignored, and in turn largely untrained. This area is sometimes called the middle back and it gets overlooked. That's too bad because a well developed central back region adds real power as well as upgraded appearance to the upper torso. And having this area well developed helps prevent back injuries and issues. So just how do you go about training this area? There are specific exercises that can help you get the job done. V Bar Chins One of the best ways to work this region is with a close grip chin up, such as those done with a V bar handle tossed over a chinning bar. This apparatus puts the hands close together for the pull up and this works the central back region. Perform five sets of 10 reps of this V bar chinning move. The bent row, which most guys use for the outer back, also works the center back region. The T-bar row is another dual exercise, which works both outer and middle back areas. Some unique exercises also work the center back, including the inverted row. In this move you lie under a bar and pull yourself up to the bar, repeatedly. You can put on a weight vest to increase the challenge level. Even more unique is the bodyweight mid row. You get into an upside down position on a chinning bar, with your legs between you and the bar, and you pull your body up as far as possible. Targeting the middle back is vital for full and healthy body development, so include some mid-back work in your back training routine. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
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