Sep 8 2011
Today I want to take you through my back workout I did at the gym, but I also want to show you variations that you can do at home if you’re a beginner.
xoxo ~ Cori
Beginner Home Workout Video
|Time: 45 Minutes|
|Workout Type: Rep|
|Workout Exercises: 6|
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Back and Abs Workout at the Gym
- Pull Ups 10×5
Superset with Mountain Climbers 50×5
- Single Arm Dumbbell Rows 20lbs 10×5 each
Superset with Leg Lift Reverse Crunches 20×5
- Cable Low Row 60lbs 10×3
Superset with Lat Pull Downs 10×3
- Straight Leg Dead Lift Drop Set (x2) 125lbs x5 105lbs x5 85lbs x5 65lbs x5 45lbs x5
Superset with Bent Over Barbell Rows (x2) 45lbs x10
If you’re a beginner pull ups are extremely hard. You can grab an old shirt that you don’t mind stretching out and pull it down to you in the same motion as a pull up. When you are just beginning, as long as you are focusing on the muscle, visualizing, and flexing, you don’t even need a lot of resistance in order to get a great workout.
If you do the gym workout, try to complete this workout in under an hour. Try your best to rest as little as possible and if you can, push yourself to finish the full gym workout (including the bonus round of dead lifts and bent over rows) in under 45 minutes.
If you are doing the home workout I show in the video, remember to visualize the muscle you are working and push yourself a little harder each day.
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