Back exercises can greatly increase the condition of your spine and posture. Learn how to do ski squats exercise with this tutorial. The ski squat exercise strengthens the back and thigh muscles. People with knee problems should avoid this exercise. Watch this how to video and ...more
The bow and arrow pull is a simple exercise that is great for working the back muscles. This exercise also targets other muscles such as the triceps, biceps, and shoulders. The bow and arrow pull can be performed seated or standing. To begin, grasp the O-loop with one hand an ...more
Watch this instructional fitness video to do a supine row weight lifting exercise. Keep your back straight and your body in a straight line. Exhale as you lift the weights up and inhale on the way down. This supine row exercise works the back, biceps and posterior deltoids.
Back exercises can greatly increase the condition of your spine and posture. Learn how to do the seal stretch with this tutorial. The pelvic lift exercise is a great exercise for the back and buttock muscles. Watch this how to video and you will be able to perform the seal str ...more
Watch this instructional fitness video to do a seated row exercise. Keep your back and your body in a straight line. Exhale as you lift the weights up and inhale on the way down. This supine row exercise works the back, biceps and posterior deltoids. Watch this strength traini ...more
Watch this instructional fitness video to do a one arm seated row weight lifting exercise. Keep your back straight and your body in a controlled position. Exhale as you lift the weights up and inhale on the way down. This one arm seated row exercise works the back, back of the ...more
Neck Pull #1 is an easier version of the original Pilates exercise Neck Pull which helps build strength and increase spinal flexibility. By focusing on keeping the abdominal muscles pulled in flat throughout the exercise, the lower back is always protected and the abdominal mu ...more
A stretching exercise for the back and buttock muscles from Talk to a Doctor UK. This exercise should be avoided by anyone with knee problems.
Learn how to exercise by doing the standing back extension with medicine ball. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lower back Secondary Muscle Group: calves, glutes, hamstrings, quads, shoulders Base Movement: back extension Equipment: medicine ball Training Type: weight t ...more
Lower back injuries are common but preventable. Learn simple lower back exercises to increase strength from tips from a personal trainer in this free exercise video series. Part 1 of 20 - How to Exercise the lower back. Exercise the lower back - Part 2 of 20. Click through to ...more
Squats strengthen your butt muscles, hamstrings and quadriceps. First, pick up your dumbbells. Bring the dumbbells by your hips, thighs or let them hang by your side. Next, stand with your feet shoulder width apart, toes pointing forward and stand straight and tall. Sit down l ...more
Ease your aching back! Learn exercises and stretches to reduce back aches and pains in this free back pain workout from our health and fitness expert. Part 1 of 14 - How to Do exercises to reduce back pain. Do exercises to reduce back pain - Part 2 of 14. Click through to watc ...more
Jenny DiDonato with MadefitTV demonstrates a really good back workout. The first exercise is called the Resistance Band Lat Pull Down. Hold the resistance band above the head and bring it down the back to the shoulders and back up again. Do 20-30 repetitions. Next comes the ...more
The largest muscle in the back is scientifically known as the latissimus dorsi. You might see it referred to as the "lats" or "wings." The lats are used any time you pull something. For example, when you open a fridge or a car door, you are primarily using your lat muscles. Th ...more
Learn how to exercise by doing the back extension on stability ball with arms overhead and dumbbell. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lower back Secondary Muscle Group: levator scapulae, serratus anterior, shoulders, traps - upper Base Movement: back extension Equipment ...more
Learn how to exercise by doing the back extension and rotation on machine. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lower back Secondary Muscle Group: abs and obliques, glutes, hamstrings, neck extensors Base Movement: back extension, trunk rotation Equipment: hyperextension ma ...more
This video tutorial is in the Diet & Health category where you will learn how to lose belly fat for middle aged women. This video shows inner thigh exercises, triceps and back workouts. Sit on the floor with your legs stretched in front. Take a stretch band , put it around the ...more
In this video from InstruxionAE we learn some exercises to do at work to relieve your back and neck pain. You cannot cure this pain from exercise. You can only keep safe posture throughout the day. The weightlifter's technique is the best exercise. Traction or hanging is one o ...more
In this video from modernmom we learn about doing abdominal exercises when pregnant. These exercises prevent lower back pain during pregnancy and when you're ready to push the baby out makes it a bit easier. On a mat, place sit balanced with your butt on the mat and place your ...more
A shoulder stand is an important move in yoga. In this tutorial, learn how to perform and practice a proper shoulder stand in Vinyasa. The shoulder stand is great for exercising your neck, back and shoulder muscles.