Unfortunately, when working out you can’t choose which body part you want to lose weight from.
Don’t get me wrong, there are exercises that target your back, however, you’ll still have to work on your body as a whole piece if you want to get rid of back fat.
Adding high-intensity interval exercises to your routine, along with working out specific muscles is the absolute key.
This means that this type of training will work in shaping your whole body while making sure you get rid of that annoying back fat.
Exercises To Target Back Fat
My Back Fat Workout
Now to the fun part – my back fat workout routine!
Let me just say that you can do this workout in the comfort of your own home.
However, you’re going to need basic equipment, which means two dumbbells, possibly a kettlebell and a yoga mat.
These exercises are a part of my workout program RADIATE and they will target your back fat so good.
However, I usually do them combined with some HIIT movements to spike my heart rate and engage my whole body in the process too.
About reps and sets, the best way to do it is to do 30 seconds of each exercise with 15 seconds rest between the exercises.
If you are intermediate or advanced, you can try doing 45 seconds of each exercise.
Now, let’s head on to the exercises right now!
1. Plank Walkouts
Starting from a plank position start walking your hands one by one as far as you can in front of you.
When you reach out with both of your hands, come back in for a few seconds.
Repeat this movement for as many round as possible in the range of 30 seconds.
If this feels too hard, try to do it from your knees first.
2. Bent Over Rows
Pick up two dumbbells and start from a bent-over position.
Your spine should be neutral, your knees slightly bent and your back straight.
From here, start lifting the dumbbells with your back, bringing them towards your chest.
Once you reach, extending your arms back down, diving into the next round.
Make sure to keep your form throughout the whole movement, and pick out weights that are right for you.
3. Superhero Burpees
From a standing position, start jumping down into a burpee.
As you lay down and your chest touches the floor, lay down and extend your arms up and in front of you.
Then, jump back up and finish your movement with a jump.
4. Bent Over Flies
Start in a bent-over position, holding dumbbells in your hands.
Bent your elbows slightly and start lifting the dumbells laterally while making sure to keep your spine neutral and your back straight.
5. Plank Rows
Start in a plank position, with your hands on top of your dumbbells.
Lift your right hand, keeping it close to your body, bringing your elbow as high as you can.
Go back down, and perform the same movement on the other side too.
6. Dumbbell Circles
Start by holding both of your dumbbells in front of your thighs, facing the wall in front of you.
Start lifting them up laterally in a circular movement, up until they touch together over your head.
Once they touch start going back to the starting position.
Keep your hands as straight as possible throughout the whole movement.
7. Plank Ups
Start in a low plank position, with your elbows right underneath your shoulders.
Slowly start shifting your body forward and down so that your shoulders meet your palms.
It would be ideal if your chest could touch the floor, however, if you are a beginner, just shifting your weight forward and backward would be enough.
8. Side Plank T Rise
Start in a side plank position with your hand elbow and shoulder in a straight line.
Stack your feet one on top of the other, or if you’re a beginner or it’s hard for you to keep your balance, add both of them on the ground, one in front of the other.
Holding a weight in the other hand, slowly start lifting it up, until you create the letter ‘T’.
Once you reach your ‘T’ position, slowly start going down into your start position, and start all over.
Do it for 30 seconds on each side with a 15 seconds rest between.
9. Plank Up-Downs
Start in a low plank position, with your elbows beneath your shoulders, at a 90-degree angle.
Lift your right hand up placing it on the ground where your right elbow was.
As you shift your weight up, do this with your left hand too.
Once you reach the plank position, start going back down into the low plank position you began in.
Just remember to always add your hand to where your elbow was.
10. Bent-Over Row Cleans
Start in a bent-over position with a kettlebell in one hand.
Start lifting it up and down to complete a row.
Once you’re done with the row, clean it up into a front rack position.
Repeat this for as many rounds as possible in the range of 30 seconds, then take a 15-second break before you move onto the next side.