Bodyweight Back Workout (SORE IN 6 MINUTES!)

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Bodyweight back workouts can not only be done, but they can be brutally effective if done right. In this video, I show you a 6 minute back workout routine that you can do with just bodyweight exercises to build a bigger back and get wider lats. All you need to perform this back workout is a straight bar and something to rest it on. It does not have to be an Olympic bar. You can use a broom stick or mop from home and get just as good results.

To perform this 6 minute back workout you will only need to know three back exercises. The first is a bodyweight straight arm pushdown. Perform this by laying underneath the bar supported on two chairs. With your arms outstretched and your feet as far away from you as your strength can tolerate, start by pushing down into the bar with your hands and pulling your body back under the bar and up. This should simulate what a straight arm pushdown for your lats would feel like done in standing with a cable machine and straight bar.

Perform this back exercise for 20 seconds. Immediately proceed into the next home back exercise which is the one armed row. Here you want to keep your feet in the same position, the same distance away from the bar, and grab the middle of the bar with one hand. Begin by pulling your body up to the bar and reaching for the ceiling with the opposite hand. Make sure that you don’t just let your body drop but that you slowly lower yourself back down to the ground and repeat. Keep doing reps with this arm for 20 seconds. Repeat for the final 20 seconds of the first minute using the opposite arm to do the exact same exercise.

Immediately, without resting, head into the next exercise; the plyo inverted row. Here you want to place both hands on the bar and forcefully pull yourself up. You want to pull hard enough that you can briefly let go of the bar as you propel your body up. Regrip on the way down and slowly lower your body to the floor. See if you can perform this exercise for the entire second minute. If for some reason you need to rest, try and do so as quickly as you can and get back to doing the exercise for the remainder of the minute.

The rest of this six minute workout will be performed exactly the same however the distance your feet move towards the bar is going to change. In order to make the exercises easier as your level of fatigue mounts, you will want to bring your feet in closer to your body with each successive round of 2 minutes. On your final two minutes you will be repeating the same three exercises but moving your feet in closest to your body. This will enable you to squeeze out more reps when you thought you were already too fatigued to do so.

The Sore in 6 Minute back workout with bodyweight exercises is just another example of how leaving the excuses at the door can allow you to build a fantastic back without needing any equipment. If you are looking for a complete workout for your entire body that requires not a single piece of equipment, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN XERO program. No bars, no bands, no benches and most of all, no bull.

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philip dufour says:

I did this workout yesterday and my neck and lower jaw are sore lol.

Zerixor says:

I dont have a pull up bar nor anywhere i can put a pull up bar, so i used the bar over chair techniqe and the chairs broke. So i cant really do this because i dont have the equipment, will have to go to ikea soon to buy some new chairs

Drew patton says:

Did it again tonight. Great workout.

Therealestrunnerluda says:

I don't have anything to inverted rows on.

Drew patton says:

Wow my forearm grip went before my back. Did anyone else get that too?

VeoBroLIVE says:

I made the wrong setup and cracked my skull

AFGThugonomics9 says:

I'm doing this at the park playground during the night because of the coronavirus.

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Random Anime says:

I don't have that kind of bar either. I trained anyways. Without any equipment.

art peasant says:

Imagine you do that exercise 3:45 with a dumbbell in lifting hand. You will get also chest workout.

zxeanlon 31 says:

The last advise though..lmao

Dr. Spectre says:

thanks Jeff these things are saving my life!

kenjoe martinez says:

Who else is here because gyms are closed?!?!

Dumo JackTony says:

The stick made crack sounds and the chairs won't stay in place, and this was a strong wooden shovel stick

Jeffrey Oaster says:

Could this work with a neutral grip? I could likely do this with my Captain's Chair at home, but my hands would have to be neutral.

Adam Riddle says:

I just realized jeff is the new chuck norris …anyways thanks for all this free content !

16klamca16 says:

Jeff 2 questions:
1. Can I do it with gymnast rings?
2. What about the progression?

The King says:

Awesome. . . Techniques. . . Love 😍👌✌✌

Yedardy says:

I need that broom stick that can hold body weight

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