It's often neglected but your back is one of the most important muscles when it comes to your overall health and fitness.
1\ SPLIT IT UP
The best way to train your back is to break it down into its component muscles. Targeting muscles helps you avoid injury – Bill Harthman, Strength Coach
2\ OFF THE CUFF
Working on your rotator cuffs at the top of your arms improves strength in back muscles by 80 per cent. Take a dumbbell and hold your arm out to your side. Bend your elbow at 90°, then rotate your arm upwards, maintaining the angle – Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
3\ WORK IT HARD
To keep shoulders healthy, work your back more often than anything else – Neil McTeggart, Personal Trainer