The Only Back Workout You Need for That Perfect V-Shape Torso

The muscles you can’t see in the mirror matter just as much as the ones in front. Here are the exercises to keep you looking good from all angles. Aesthetic benefits aside, a strong back also helps you sit straighter, stand taller, and perform better everywhere.

Sitting at a desk all day forces the frontal body to tighten and shorten while the posterior chain becomes lengthened and weak. When it comes to posture, having strong, engaged back muscles will be your savior.

Here are what we think, are the best back exercises. Turn these into a complete workout by completing three sets of each move, resting for 30 seconds between each set. Go Next Page to see the first exercise!