4 Very Effective Exercises to Burn Back Fat & Get Rid of Back Folds

The buildup of fat is different in every person, not each body is the same, and because of that some people accumulate fat on the stomach, some on the hip, some on the back, and so on.

These problematic body areas that are being affected by fat are the most difficult for melting down. But, this is not only an aesthetic issue, certain fat accumulation can lead to the occurrence of several health issues.  For instance, according to numerous researches, the extra weight around the abdominal area elevates the risk of cancer and heart diseases.

Yet, women with more fat on their hips and thighs do not experience real difficulties while nursing. The woman’s body is more prone to buildup of fat than the man’s body. Nonetheless of the gender, each person should try to involve the core more while practicing and thus lose all that unhealthy accumulated fat.

 When the back fat is concerned, it needs to be eliminated very soon as in that way you are protecting your body from back pain and possible injuries. Plus, when it is gone you will obtain better body posture. The best training for eliminating this fat is the introduction of strength training like the fat-burning routine of Randy B. Washington. This training is really effective which lasts only for 12 minutes a day, 3 times a week, followed three weeks consecutively.

On the other, there is the Yoga Burn program which as any yoga practice is slower paced and if you a person that does not like all that intense workout, then we highly recommend its use. This program is easy and it consists of 15-minute videos offering useful tips how to acquire the proper technique.

4 Back Exercises for Fast Removal of Back Folds

For each exercise you will need 5 to 8 pound dumbbells which need to be hold in each hand but in a feet position at shoulder-width apart.

  1. Push and Touch

This movement targets the upper back, shoulders, and chest thus making them stronger and toned.

Position your arms by your sides with the palms facing forward. Next, lift the arms up to shoulder length, with the palms facing towards the ceiling. Keep this position for a while. After that, in one fluid motion, lift your arms over the head with the palms facing behind you, and then tap the ends of both weights. Bring back your arms at shoulder levels, keep them a little bit, and restore your initial position.

For optimal results, you need to hold still every other part of the body. Perform 3 sets of 6 to 8 repetitions.

  1. Crisscross Reverse Fly

This movement targets the upper back and the shoulders making them stronger and well toned.

Start with bending the knees a little bit, and then lean forward at around 45-degree angle. Now, cross the arms at the wrists in front of the knees, and gradually elevate them to shoulder height. Go back to the initial position, and repeat the same movement with opposite hands crossed. Perform 3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.

  1. Bent-Over Circular Row

This exercise targets more body parts like the upper back, mid-back, chest, and biceps.

For this one, you should also bend your knees a little bit, but ensure that your abs are as well as engaged offering the needed support. Position your body in a parallel line with the floor by bending forward with your hands extended towards the floor. In this position, slowly circle your arms to the left side, then up and toward your chest, over to the right, and down. Do the same movement to the right side as well. Perform 3 sets of 10 to12 repetitions.

  1. Elbow Kiss

This movement strengthens the chest and shoulders.

Begin with raised arms to the level of your shoulders with your palms faced up. Bend your elbows at 90-degree angle and then start pulling the arms together in front of the chest till the elbows “kiss” and your forearms touch. Make certain that your shoulders do not lift. Go back to the starting position by reversing the steps. Perform 3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.

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