Everyone loves a good chest or abs workout. After all, these are the muscles you can see in the mirror. However, the muscles on the back and upper body are arguably more important. After all, these are the muscles that hold you up against the pull of gravity.
Focusing too much on the front of your body and neglecting your back can cause all sorts of problems, from poor posture to muscle imbalances that increase your risk of injury. Also, if you don’t want to look good from the front and lousy from behind, back training is a must.
Pull-ups, chin-ups, and T-Bar rows are all popular back exercises that can help build the back of your dreams, but did you know you can also use kettlebell training to achieve it as well?