Training the back does not have to mean heavy weights or rickety machines. With your body weight, TRX straps, and some help from gravity, you can still do a good job targeting other muscle groups as well.
This routine by Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. Fits back and abs with a simple two piece TRX maneuver. The TRX Reach series for a perfect series may look easy, but you'll reach your core, row, and pull out so you have a lot of work to do.
"It's also super scalable," says Samuel. "To make it harder, position yourself so that your torso is closer to the ground, and to make it easier, stand upright and get more vertical physique." No matter what, make sure that you press your buttock muscles to achieve a tighter line from the torso to the upper legs.
To complete the TRX-Reach range, you need a suspension trainer such as TRX belts and a sturdy anchor. If you or your gym does not have a convenient setup, check out this kit.