Deadlift Workout for a BIGGER Back

In this blog post you’re going to get a Deadlift workout routine that will help add size and thickness to your back.

If you are looking to build your strength, power, and fill out your T-shirt with muscle, then give this deadlift / back routine a try for yourself and leave me a comment below letting me know how it works for you.


Hey there, it’s your muscle building coach Lee Hayward, back in the basement with another muscle building workout 😉

Today you’re going to get a simple, yet very effective back workout that will add width and thickness to the lats, traps, and spinal erectors.

This is the complete deadlift / back workout:
– Deadlifts – sets of 5 reps, pyramiding up in weight for each set.
– Shrugs – 3 sets of 10 reps.
– Pull Ups / Chin Ups – between each exercise do a set of pull ups. Shoot for at least 5 sets of 5+ reps over the workout.
– Rubber Band Good Morning – 3-4 sets of 20+ reps.

*Start each exercise with as many lighter warm up sets as you feel you need in order to work up to your top working weight.

**Rest at least 3 minutes between sets for the deadlifts to allow for maximum weight to be lifted. For the other exercises rest 1-2 minutes between sets.


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If you are looking for a complete mass back workout to help fill out your T-shirt, then give this routine a try for yourself and leave me a comment below letting me know how it works for you.





About the Author:

Lee Hayward Lee Hayward started working out in 1990 and began competing in bodybuilding competitions in 1995. Then in 1999 he started www.LeeHayward.com the very website you are reading right now. Over the years Lee has committed himself to helping aspiring bodybuilding and fitness enthusiasts improve themselves by gaining muscle, burning body fat, and developing a strong healthy body.

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Lee Hayward is a competitive bodybuilder and muscle building coach who has been online helping people build muscle, lose bodyfat, and get in shape since 1999. Lee was selected as one of the Top Fitness Trainers Online through YouTube's Next Trainer Program and his work has been featured in several international magazines such as: FLEX, Muscle Insider, Muscle Mag International, Testosterone, Ironmag, and Forbes.

9 Comments

  • Guluworlds

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    Hloo leee…..dear..
    Im one of a person who alwys read ur do ur instructtion..via mail…
    I like to read ur oppenion ..it s very help full to …thnks of it…
    But my bdy not improving fast….i have jst shape of muscles…and need to size up….what can i do….
    Plz help….
    If ur are using whatsapp plz send me ur whttsappp number i wana chat with uuu…pl

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  • Guluworlds,

    Sure thing, if you would like for me to coach you personally, than I recommend you sign up for the Total Fitness Bodybuilding Inner Circle Coaching Club at: http://www.totalfitnessbodybuilding.com

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  • Winston

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    Love the home gym. Wish I had one.

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  • Hey, how essential is the belt for Deadlifting? I never used it but I am starting to Deadlift some serious weight and don’t want any injuries.

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  • Rob,

    Wearing a good belt with heavy deadlifts makes a huge difference. You’ll feel stronger and more solid with the belt. It would be a good investment.

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  • Hey great article, very interesting to read. I have a similar article about building a bigger back on my blog here:http://train4gains.co.uk/training/building-bigger-back-part-2/

    Make sure you check it out!

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  • Harry Zayre

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    Thanks for all the videos and great products. I purchased your original DVD set back in 2009. Your instruction is always clear and the content always worthwhile. As far as the cry babies whining about your basement, let’s see their videos!

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  • Good one Lee!
    I’ve been following your training advice for some months know and I’m starting to see some great results, I’m feeling strong!! 🙂 Thanks for a great blog!

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  • marcus

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    hey lee
    badass deadlift workout bruv.
    p.s. your gym looks hardcore!!!!!!

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