Easy To Do Back Exercises For Your TRX

My good friend Rob posted a new article at this site with some new suspension workouts. These are for beginners and they are exercises for your back. Your back can be the most impressive part of your body and should not be neglected.

As I have just started suspension training myself, I found these exercises perfect as they are very easy and straight forward to do.

Rob has added many TRX workouts to his website where you can create a full workout using these various exercises. There are upper body, lower body and core exercises which make up a full suspension workout.

Having said that, I want to focus on these 2 TRX back exercises. They are for beginners and those who are just starting out like myself. They are the same exercise but with 2 variations which makes it perfect to add to any routine of if you want to create one from scratch.

The first exercise is Back Rows with a 45 degree angle.

Face the anchor point and lean back until your arms are straight.

You can change the resistance by stepping back to make it easier or stepping forward to make it more challenging.

With your palms facing down, pull yourself forward bringing your hands into your chest at a 45 degree angle.

Repeat for as many reps as you can but if you are just starting out, go for 15 reps. This is a good amount to start with then you can build yourself up.

The goal is to do as many repetitions as you can in 30 to 45 seconds.

The second exercises in High Back Rows.

Face the anchor point and lean back until your arms are straight.

This time instead of pulling your arms to your chest, you are going to pull them up wide past your ears.

Again you can make it easier or more challenging, this is up to you and how strong you feel.

Return back by straightening your arms and repeat. Do about 15 reps until you are strong enough to do as many as you can in 30 to 45 seconds.

Very simple and very effective to do. With these 2 exercises you will be working the lower and upper part of your back which at the same time works your shoulders giving you an nice strong frame to build upon.

When the weather is nice, go for a run to warm up and take your suspension straps with you. Stop off at a park and hook up your straps and get a workout outside. I live doing this most mornings. Really gets me off to a good start.

I believe Rob will be post more TRX back workouts at his site so head on over to www.suspensionrevolutionreview.org and grab the many suspension training exercises that are truly excellent.