Have you seen Taeyang’s sexy back? well i know most of us have seen it.. with all the well defined muscle, who can say he’s not Uber HOT? who wouldn’t fall for a body like this?

the next video that Master Hwangssabu shared was a customized back exercise for Korea’s RNB prince Taeyang.

credit: Hwangssabu TV

One Arm Dumbell rows

An exercise for building thickness in the lower and center back. If done properly, with correct body position, it can also develop strength in the lower back. If done improperly, this exercise can aggravate the lower back and lead to injury.

1.Put one knee up on the end of a flat bench then place the hand of the same side on the bench.

2.Your other leg will be on the ground (knee slightly bent), not directly beside the bench but about a foot out to the side.

This completes the triangular base of support.

3.Grasp a dumbell in the other hand. Stretch your shoulder down and forward to get a complete stretch then pull the dumbell back and up towards your waist/lower abdomen in an arc, not a straight up and down movement.

4.The dumbell will come up the outside of your thigh when you are using lighter weight.

5.When you start using heavier weight, the dumbell should come up the inside of your thigh. This is contrary to what you may see elsewhere but it is a more comfortable and healthier position for your lower back when using heavier weight as the resistance is within the base of support rather than outside it. This means less torque on the lower back.

6.Your upper body should be parallel to the ground.

7.It is also very important that your lower back be arched throughout the movement to maximally activate the lats. This arch also helps to protect your lower back from injury. Remember, the arch is the strongest architectural structure.

8.Bring the elbow back and up as far as you can go.

9.The range of motion will depend on the amount of weight being used, though try to keep the range as large as possible even when using heavy weight.

10.Lower slowly, down and forward, rotating the torso in that direction to get a fuller stretch.

pointers:

1. Ensuring you’re not hunched

2. Keeping a tight back

3. A better grip

4. Keeping the shoulders square