Working antagonistic muscle pairs such as the back and chest on the same day means that as one muscle contracts or flexes, the other muscle relaxes or lengthens. When you squeeze your shoulder blades, your chest stretches out wide. Similarly, when you flex your chest, your back lengthens. This type of training works extremely well, saves you time and you can even do exercises like the dumbbell pullover that train both chest and back muscles. Try this 15-Minute Back and Chest Circuit today to tone your muscles and get a stronger and leaner upper body!
15-MINUTE BACK & CHEST CIRCUIT
Description: Repeat this circuit 2 times and rest for 60 seconds between sets.
Exercises: superman twist, elbow squeeze shoulder press, dumbbell chest press, cobra lat pulldown, knee and elbow press up, dumbbell pullover, bird dogs, hindu push ups
WARM UP & COOL DOWN
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