This home workout for legs & back requires only a single kettle bell or dumbbell. I’m gonna show you how to get maximum results with minimal equipment!
For women, if you are a beginner, I recommend using no more than 8kg/17lbs for this routine. For some, 6kg/13lbs will be enough, but if you are more advanced you will need a kettle or dumbbell that weighs at least 10kg/22lbs. For the guys, 10kg/22lbs-12kg/26lbs should work well for beginners, and 16kg/35lbs+ for the veterans. If you are short on weight then don’t worry. All you need to do is add more reps to these sets, or take away a few reps if the weight is too heavy. I’ll leave it up to you to decide!
The double cable row works wonders if you are trying to add density to your upper body. Pulling a cable in each arms changes the fulcrum of the seated row, which will hit the lats from a new angle, increasing the potential of unlocking new muscle fibres.
Main Muscles: Latissimus Dorsi, Rear Deltoids, Biceps
Keep your back straight & core tight
Bench should be on an approximate 55 degree incline