Back rows work your entire back and can work your core muscles if you keep your abdominal muscles pulled in and your back flat.1
For those sunny summer days where clothing may be a little more optional, Sloan recommends the bent-over row, calling it "one of the best movements for improving posture and building those muscles in the mid-back area." She says, "These are the muscles you will see in that swimsuit!" To get the most out of the exercise, Marks advises, "When you perform this exercise, focus on squeezing your shoulder blades together."
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