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Back and Arms At-Home Workout

Turn Fat Into Lean Muscle With This Trainer's 20-Minute, 5-Move Upper-Body Workout

Back and Arms At-Home Workout

I truly love lifting weights, but I also like to mix up my workouts, incorporating bodyweight training into my routine.

You may think that bodyweight workouts are only for beginners, but don't be fooled — they'll kick your ass. If you're looking for a workout that will wake up the muscles in your arms and back, improve your strength, and sculpt your upper body, continue reading.

The Workout

To get the most out of your workout and prevent injury, be sure to warm up before you begin. You'll perform the moves in a circuit, taking little to no rest in between exercises. Once you complete a set, take two minutes of rest and then repeat for a total of three to five rounds.

  • Single-Leg Deadlift: 12 reps, each leg
  • Push-Up: eight reps
  • Superman: 12 reps
  • Push-Up Rotation: five reps, each side
  • Triceps Dip: 12 reps
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