Want to make those tank tops look even better? Work on your back. With so much of it showing, you’ll feel good knowing it looks as great as your front. The best part is a few simple exercises are all you need to get a svelte back, without the bulk. Try this workout once a week to tone and tighten.

ExerciseRepsDescription
Warm UpTake a few minutes to warm the muscles you’ll be using in the workout.
Cat to Camel15 x2On your hands and knees, hollow your back then come up to round it out.
Knee Plank with Arm and Leg Lift10, each sideIn knee-plank position, alternate reaching both your arm and leg out (opposite sides each time); return to start for one rep.
Rolling Legs, Back on Ground10, each sideLay on your back and pull legs up to 90 degree angle so calves are parallel to the ground. Keep your back flat on the ground and sway your knees from one side of the body to the other.
Hip Lifts10 x 2Lay on ground and lift your hips in the air using your glutes to push.
WorkoutStart at the heaviest weight you can comfortably use and decrease weight with each set, pushing until you feel your muscles fatigue.
Lat Pull Downs10-15 x 3Use pull down machine with a straight bar.
Renegade Rows10-15 each side x 3Hold dumbbells and get into pushup position. Lift each weight until your arm is at a 90 degree angle, bicep parallel to the ground.
Front Rows Standing Up10-15 x 3Hold two dumbbells with your palms facing in, just below chest height. Swing your arms out, and pinch your shoulder blades together. Come back to front for one rep.
High Elbow Lift10-15 x 3Using a weighted plate or dumbbells, hold your hands down by your side. Lift straight up so that your elbows extend up by your ears—the higher your elbows the more you’ll feel it in your back. Remember to pinch your shoulder blades together.
Superman10-15 x 3Lay on your stomach, arms and legs out. Lift arms and legs (all at the same time) and go back down for one rep.