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Back exercises...so we've been talking about that the past few days and I've received a lot of questions about Nick Nilsson's new book "The Best Back Exercises You've Never Heard Of."
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Well, I've got answers!
Nick has put together a list of some of the top questions he's been getting about the book and the 145 very cool back exercises found within.
If you've got any questions, they're probably answered here!
1. Are these back exercises just for men or will they work for women, too?
These exercises work GREAT for women. In fact, there's nothing sexier than a sleek, muscular back...and these exercises will develop that on you FAR more effectively than the standard back exercises.
Your muscles will develop according to your FEMALE genetics and hormone levels. Most women simply DO NOT have the hormonal capability to develop big, thick, manly back muscles, so don't even worry about that.
The harder you work your back, the BETTER it's going to look.
2. Are these back exercises okay for older trainers...50+ years old?
Absolutely! Your muscles don't know how old they are but the DO know how effective your exercises are at stimulating muscle growth and strength.
Here's the other thing to consider...these exercises will help you be much more time-efficient in the gym, making better use of every set and rep you do. As you get older, recovery can become more of an issue so it's critical you use exercises that get the job done most efficiently. And that describes these exercises exactly.
3. I'm a beginner...are there exercises I can use in this book?
Yes, there are! This book contains a wide variety of exercises that can be used by total beginners...it's just a matter of choosing the appropriate resistance for your ability level.
Some of the weight training exercises are intended for a more advanced audience but even if you just started training yesterday, you're going to get a LOT out of this book and start yourself on the right path for ensuring GREAT results in your future back training.
4. Do I need any special equipment to perform these back exercises?
I do have some exercises that utilize a power rack, cable machines or training bands so to use those obviously you'll need that equipment. I've also included a full section in the book on recommended back training equipment and accessories that can choose to work with or not.
I'm all about simple equipment...the best exercises are the ones that don't really need a whole lot of fancy stuff and most back-specific machines aren't great anyway.
5. Are these exercises going to make me look stupid in the gym?
I hate to break it to you, but ANY exercise you do incorrectly in the gym could potentially make you look stupid in the gym :). These exercises are different, absolutely, and if you're scared of looking different (even though you'll get MUCH better results), then this is not the book for you.
If you're willing to set that fear aside and try some of these unique approaches, I think you'll soon find that all those people you were worried about looking stupid in front of are now copying YOU and doing the workout exercises from this book that they see you doing.
The bottom line is this...do you really want to spend your whole life worrying about what other people think when most of the time, they're more worried about what YOU think of THEM? Don't shortchange yourself like that. If you do what 95% of the people in the gym do that doesn't work, you're going to LOOK like those 95% of the people in the gym.
6. How do I use these exercises in my regular workout routines?
The nice thing about these workout routines is you can very easily substitute them DIRECTLY into you regular weight training. If your workout program calls for a chin-up, then select one of the many chin-up variations found in the book. Same goes for rows, deadlifts, shrugs...you name it.
All of these workout exercises are variations of similar movement patterns to the exercises you already know...they just use different setups, angles, equipment and execution to change and improve how they affect the muscles of the back.
I hope that answers any questions you might have about those 145 unique back exercises.
As I mentioned before, this is very effective stuff...you'll discover some how to really target your back with some seriously good (and insane) exercises to develop it to the maximum.
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