Barbell Exercises for Back

Today we are going to list the best barbell exercises for back.

Barbell Exercises for Back

Barbell Exercises for Back

Barbell Row – Bent-Over; Wide-Grip

Barbell Row - Bent-Over; Wide-Grip

  • Stand up and reach down in order to hold a barbell with both hands (knees slightly bent).
  • Lift the barbell straight up without moving your back, knees or hips and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Try to keep your back straight throughout. Only the arms should move.

Barbell Row – Bent-Over; Wide-Grip; Head-Supported

Barbell Row - Bent-Over; Wide-Grip; Head-Supported

  • Stand up and reach down in order to hold a barbell with both hands (knees slightly bent), with your head resting against one end of the bench.
  • Lift the barbell straight up without moving your back, knees or hips and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Try to keep your back straight and your neck stiff throughout. Only the arms should move.

Barbell Row – Prone; Wide-Grip

Barbell Row - Prone; Wide-Grip

  • Lie prone on an elevated bench and grip a barbell underneath you with both hands in a wide grip position.
  • Lift the barbell straight up and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising the barbell and breathe in while returning to starting position.

Barbell Good Morning

Barbell Good Morning

  • Hold a barbell behind your shoulders with both hands and lean forward until your upper body is perpendicular to the floor.
  • Raise your upper body until you are standing and slowly lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising yourself and breathe in while lowering yourself back.

Barbell Good Morning – Wide-Grip

Barbell Good Morning - Wide-Grip

  • Hold a barbell behind your shoulders with both hands in a wide grip position and lean forward until your upper body is perpendicular to the floor.
  • Raise your upper body until you are standing and slowly lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising yourself and breathe in while lowering yourself back.

Barbell Deadlift

Barbell Deadlift

  • Crouch down to reach the barbell on the floor and grab it with both hands in a medium-grip position, arms extended, legs at shoulder width.
  • Raise yourself up while keeping your arms extended and slowly lower yourself back down after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising yourself and breathe in while lowering yourself back.

Barbell Deadlift – Stiff-Legged

Barbell Deadlift - Stiff-Legged

  • Bend down to reach the barbell on the floor and grab it with both hands in a medium-grip position, arms extended, legs at shoulder width.
  • Raise your upper body until you are standing and slowly lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising yourself and breathe in while lowering yourself back.

High Pull

High Pull

  • Crouch down to reach the barbell on the floor and grab it with both hands in a medium-grip position, arms extended, legs at shoulder width.
  • Raise the bar by standing up and continue on by raising your arms until the bar reaches shoulder level and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising the barbell and breathe in while lowering it back.

High Pull – Wide-Grip

High Pull - Wide-Grip

  • Crouch down to reach the barbell on the floor and grab it with both hands in a wide-grip position, arms extended, legs at shoulder width.
  • Raise the bar by standing up and continue on by raising your arms until the bar reaches shoulder level and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising the barbell and breathe in while lowering it back.

Power Clean and Press

Power Clean and Press

  • Crouch down to reach the barbell on the floor and grab it with both hands in a medium-grip position, arms extended, legs at shoulder width.
  • Raise the bar by standing up and continue on by raising your arms until the bar is up at arms’ length and lower it back after a short pause.
  • Breathe out while raising the barbell and breathe in while lowering it back.

Barbell Shrug

Barbell Shrug

  • Stand up and hold the barbell down in front of your thighs, arms extended and palms facing back.
  • Raise the barbell by raising your shoulders straight up and lower it slowly back down after a short pause.
  • Keep your arms extended throughout.

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