Dumbbell exercises you can do at home part 1/6 – Back exercises

You can work on every muscle of your body just by using a pair of dumbbells. On this video I will show you 3 back exercises you can do at home – DB one arm row, DB pull over and DB reverse fly, all you'll need is your 2 dumbbells and a chair.
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  1. Diegomc72 / April 9, 2013

    Hey good video man! You Know i cant go to the gym and all i have its a pair
    of dumbbells at home, so your video inspired me to work out at home. One
    question the weight to use should it bring me to the muscular failure?

  2. Maurice Calderon / April 11, 2013

    Hi Diegomc72, sorry for late reply. I’m glad my videos are helping you with
    your training! to answer your question, In most cases yes but it depends on
    your goals. for instanse, if you want to build muscle you should work on 4
    sets of 8 -12 reps, the last couple of reps of each set should be a
    struggle, so by the last reps of your last set you should be reaching
    muscle fatigue. If you have any more questions let me know! Thanks for
    watching the video 🙂

  3. Maurice Calderon / April 28, 2013

    Hi Diegomc72, sorry I posted a reply to your question somewhere else. I’m
    glad my videos are helping you with your training! to answer your question,
    In most cases yes but it depends on your goals. for instanse, if you want
    to build muscle you should work on 4 sets of 8 -12 reps, the last couple of
    reps of each set should be a struggle, so by the last reps of your last set
    you should be reaching muscle fatigue. If you have any more questions let
    me know! Thanks for watching the video 🙂

  4. epalepzeHD / July 16, 2013

    good stuff bro

  5. VulgarisMaximus / August 17, 2013

    Regarding the last exercise aren’t you swinging dumbbells a bit too much on
    their way down? Should’t your down movement be much slower?

  6. Maurice Calderon / August 28, 2013

    Hi Vulgaris, good question, I starting to swing a bit more towards the end
    due to muscle fatigue kicking in. However most of the set was done at a
    slow enough tempo. I could have slowed it down a bit more on the eccentric
    phase (downward phase) that would work the muscle a bit harder! Thanks for
    the question!

  7. MANUTD4LIFE171 / October 16, 2013

    Isn’t the last exercise more for your rear deltoid, rather than your back?

  8. Maurice Calderon / October 22, 2013

    Yep it’s more rear deltoid but it also targets supraspinatus, infraspinatus
    and teres minor (upper back)

  9. Jeb Jub / February 17, 2014

    second exersize looks bad for the lowerback on a small chair like that?
    There is no support for the lowback. also, looks uncomfortabel getting off
    the chair and the chairs backsupport could get in the way. would not
    recommend working out like this with heavy dumbbells. asking for
    spineinjury imo. 1 and 3 exersize looks fine.

  10. Edward smith / August 29, 2014

    good video, am looking for All I can use on my adjustable incline bench and
    Powerblocks I ordered (no more paying for Gyms)….I do free weights for
    many years, now my passion is Cycling, BUT need to workout upper body and
    LOWER BACK

  11. Metal4ever 33/ / October 6, 2015

    LOL – Pullover is not for the back but chest and Reverse flier is not for
    the back but the rear deltoids!

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