Reduce Back Fat

Exercises To Burn Your Back Fat Faster

10 Exercises To Burn Your Back Fat Faster

Obesity shouldn’t be taken lightly especially fat at the back. If you have back fat, it is an indication of low carb tolerance, insulin resistance, and high testosterone levels. Also, you are more likely to develop diabetes and PCOS. But it can be controlled by reducing body fat especially back fat.

Here’re 10 Best Exercises To Reduce Back Fat

  1. Bent Over Row
Bent Over Row

Target: Biceps, Lats, Traps, Rhomboids, Rear Delts

How To:

• Stand straight with your feet closed and a dumbbell in each hand
• Bend forward with your spine making a 45-degree angle and hips pushed back
• Pull the dumbbells up to your chest and then release
• Do 2 sets of 10 reps

  1. One Arm Dumbbell Row
One Arm Dumbbell Row

Target: Core, Lats, Biceps, Rhomboids, Shoulder Blades, Erector Spinae, Rotator Cuffs, Lower Traps

How To:

• Get an exercise bench and place your right knee and hand on the bench
• Grab a dumbbell in your left hand to start the exercise
• Strengthen your … Find more

Exercises For Women To Reduce Back Fat

12 Exercises For Women To Reduce Back Fat

Stubborn back fat is easier to melt with exercising and there are a dozen exercises that can help in burning your back fat. There is little need to take diet pills or follow a strict dieting schedule as exercising with a healthy diet can rid you of stubborn back fat.

Warmup Before Exercises

Always do a 10-minute warmup before starting an exercise. A warmup is necessary to prepare your body and mind for exercise. Similarly, you need to allow your body a few minutes to cool off your body after exercise.

Here’re 12 exercise to remove back fat

  1. Bent Over Row
Bent Over Row

It targets biceps, lats, traps, rear delts, and rhomboids.

How To:

• Stand straight with your feet closed and a small-size dumbbell in each hand
• Bend forward with your back at a 45-degree angle to your waist, hips pushed back, and knees flexed
• Open your chest, roll your shoulders, and look straight to start
• Pull your hands back until your elbows … Find more