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This workout is designed to target multiple muscle groups, helping to build strength and improve muscle definition. The diamond press engages the triceps, chest, and shoulders, while the lying lat pulldown targets the upper back and biceps. Lower back curls are included to strengthen the lower back muscles, and the lying floor row with bent knee works the back and core. By performing these exercises in 3 sets of 10 reps each, you can challenge your muscles and promote hypertrophy.

To maximize the benefits of this workout, focus on maintaining proper form throughout each exercise. Keep your core engaged, and control the movements to ensure that the targeted muscles are effectively stimulated. It's also important to adjust the resistance or weight to a level that allows you to complete the designated number of reps with good form, while still feeling challenged by the last few repetitions of each set. Remember to gradually increase the resistance as your strength improves, in order to continue making progress.

Incorporating this workout into your routine can help you achieve a well-rounded upper body and core strength. For optimal results, combine this routine with a balanced diet that includes sufficient protein to support muscle recovery and growth.

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  • #Exercise / Sets
    1Bodyweight Lying On Stomach Diamond Press3 sets • 10 reps
    Bodyweight Lying On Stomach Diamond Press
    2Bodyweight Lying On Stomach Lat Pulldown3 sets • 10 reps
    Bodyweight Lying On Stomach Lat Pulldown
    3Bodyweight Lying Lower Back Curl3 sets • 10 reps
    Bodyweight Lying Lower Back Curl
    4Lying Floor Row with Bent Knee3 sets • 10 reps
    Lying Floor Row with Bent Knee
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