The Back Row with Tap exercise works your shoulders, back, abs, butt, hips, hamstrings and quads.
Hi. It's Hollywood Trainer, Jeanette Jenkins. And this exercise is called a back row with a back tap. Sit back into a squat with your stomach tight, arms reaching forward. Then, you're gonna row the arms as you alternate your tap. So, you're sitting low into this isometric squat, working those leg and the glutes as you work the upper back. 'Cause you know you wanna get rid of that back fat. I want 15 to 25 alternating reps. And when you're done, you'll have nicely toned back, shoulder, and backside.
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