Rhomboids Workout Exercises

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(1) - Isolation (12) - Compound (3) - Dumbbell (1) - Barbell (4) - Cable (1) - Ball (3) - Machine


Rhomboids Muscle

latissimus dorsi, lats, back, rhomboids, teres major, teres minor, upper body Muscle AnatomyThe back is a very large muscle group which should be trained. If the back is not trained with the same intensity and frequency as the chest muscles, muscular imbalances will occur and injury is much more prevalant. Remember that the Erector Spinae muscles are actually 'deep' muscles and aren't shown in the image.
Function
The function of the back muscles are to 'pull' towards the body. There are many muscles that make up the 'back'.
Training
Hypertrophy back training should always be started with a major compound exercise such as deadlifts or barbell bent over rows.

Exercises

PictureName of Exercise
Back Dumbbell RowBack Dumbbell Row Start the one arm dumbbell row by kneeling down on an exercise ball with the opposing arm holding onto a dumbbell. To begin slowly bring the dumbbell upwards to your chest keeping...
Exercise Band Standing Back RowExercise Band Standing Back Row This is a great home exercise. All that is required is an exercise band, a stationary object at stomach level and some motivation. Begin this exercise by getting in a squat posit...
Close Grip PulldownsClose Grip Pulldowns
Using a narrow grip handle, put your knees underneath the pad, and lean back slightly. Pull the handle down smoothly until it touches the top of your chest. Now extend your arm...
Standing Row (Elastic Band)Standing Row (Elastic Band) Start by standing up straight and have the middle of the band tied to the door knob so you can still grab both ends. Now with your hands grabbing both ends extend fully while keep...
One Arm RowOne Arm Row While grabbing a dumbbell in one hand, bend forward keeping your back level with the ground. Keep your non-working hand on the bench for support. Start with the weight down by yo...

T-Bar RowsT-Bar Rows
Stand on a block with legs bent and bend forward at the waist. Grab teh T-Bar with either a wide or narrow grip and keep your head up. By bending your arms, lift the bar stra...
Chin-UpsChin-Ups
Hold the chin-up bar with palms facing forward with a wide grip. Hang from the bar (you may have to bend your knees to do so). Pull you body up until the your neck meets the ...
Reverse Grip ChinupsReverse Grip Chinups
Hold the chin-up bar with palms facing you with a shoulder width grip. Hang from the bar (you may have to bend your knees to do so). Pull you body up until the your neck meets ...
Lat PulldownLat Pulldown Using a wide bar, hold it with a wide comfortable grip, while putting your knees underneath the pad. Pull the bar down smoothly until it touches the top of your chest. Now extend...
Seated RowSeated Row To begin the seated row take hold of the handles of your favorite bar (it could be like the one shown). Sit with your back straight while keeping your legs bent and feet against t...
Straight Arm PulldownsStraight Arm Pulldowns Stand upright and grab the weight out in front of you with your arms fully extended. Lower the weight keeping your arms straight until they are just about by your side. Let the w...
Dumbbell Bent Over RowDumbbell Bent Over Row Stand with your knees bent and your torso at a 60 degree angle. Now with the weights fully extended in your hand bring them straight up to your chest contracting your shoulderblad...
Power Clean (Hang Clean)Power Clean (Hang Clean) Start by standing as shown with the barbell at your knees. Space your feet shoulder width apart with your head up. Lift the bar powerfully using mostly your legs and calves while s...



Cardiovascular

PictureName of Cardiovascular Exercise
Rowing ErgometerRowing Ergometer:This piece of equipment is an excellent back workout. However, proper form is required. ...

Pilate

ImageName of Pilate
Torso Slouch or Spine Stretch - Pilates ExerciseTorso Slouch or Spine Stretch: Start by sitting up straight and having your legs far apart and arms out parallel over the ground. ...

Forum Discussions


muscular imbalancesQoute: "If the back is not trained with the same intensity and frequency as the chest muscles, muscular imbalances will occur and injury is much more prevelant" This qoute is from the back workout overview. I currently have a lop sided back. ...
 
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