21 Tips On Losing Back Fat


Probably the hardest and most annoying part about losing weight is that you can’t simply circle an exact part of your body and melt away the fat – it takes a good, balanced workout program and a ton of determination to successfully burn fat.

What you can, however, is to focus your toning exercises on a single muscle area, thus isolating a trouble spot and working on defining those muscles. Combine that with some cardio, and you’ll have your results. We’ll give you 10 exercises you can try, and 10 most common reasons that stop people from losing back fat, so let’s get to it:

1. Pull-ups

Pull-ups are your #1 defense against back fat. We know you might be wondering how on earth can we possibly expect you to do several reps of pull-ups if you’re reading an article on how to lose body fat, but don’t worry – there are many alternatives to mimicking the movement of a pull-up. There are also many basic strength training exercises (like squats or lunges) that you can do both in the comfort of your home and at the gym to get a killer back.

Your back consists of many different muscles and performing a successful pull-up is a feat that tones and sculpts pretty much all of them at the same time. There’s a reason why pull-ups are very hard to do – that’s because their fitness value is humongous. If you don’t feel like you can take standard pull-ups on, you can try negative pull-ups. Stand on something that can help you reach the end pull-up position against the bar, and then slowly lower your body.

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