While many boys train for bouncing biceps, washboard tummies, or legs with a trunk, looking at the overall picture and overall shape of your body may be the key to achieving your aesthetic goals. You then want to form a V-shaped torso – this elusive rejuvenation that begins in the upper body and then narrows down to the hips.
Looking for a strong, muscular back and shoulders. This means you'll need a lot of rowing to build your rear drawbar and rhomboids. This V-Taper DB Series Series Training by Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. It gives you exactly that ̵
"If you only have time for a back exercise, do this exercise," says Samuel. "It's a versatile horizontal pull – safer around the shoulder than a vertical pull – when you do a desk job, it's far more important to create the scapular retraction that you do not get while sitting at the computer." And of course Samuel calls the series "One Stop Shopping" for the moves you need for the ideal V-cone.
For training you need a set of dumbbells and an adjustable bench. If you want to try this at home and need a set of dumbbells, check out this versatile Bowflex set.