in Back Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Back
Select the appropriate weight to avoid swaying and overstraining your back, then stand astride the T-Bar with your feet close to each other. With knees slightly bent, bend from the waist and hold the T-Bar handles with an overhand grip. Slightly straighten your legs as you lift the bar up until your torso is bent at a 45-degree angle from the waist. The bar should be hanging at arm’s length. This is your starting position.
Lift the bar further until it touches your chest, keeping your upper body bent at 45 degrees. Concentrate on lifting with the upper back. Do not pull the bar up using your lower back and leg muscles.
Lower the bar until your arms are fully extended downward, without allowing the weight to touch the floor. Keep your back straight throughout the exercise
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