43-YO Bodybuilding Legend Shares Secret to Achieving Perfect Christmas Tree Back: “Train It Freaking Hard”

Published 02/12/2024, 10:14 AM EST

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Marc Lobliner, the 43-year-old bodybuilder who is the chief marketer at Tigerfitness, recently shared a picture of his back on Instagram showcasing his physique. Along with that, the bodybuilder also gave out tips for building such a massive back with some of the exercises that have been followed for a while, yet some people start questioning their productivity and whether or not they yield results.

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Lobliner has always been a fan of deadlifts. He not only pointed out different opinions about building back but also said how deadlift is a better choice among all the suggestions. He also emphasized how much he loves doing it for his usual fitness regime.

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The IFBB Pro coach, Marc Lobliner, mentioned how some people suggest deadlifts and others ask not to do deadlifts. He also mentioned how people consider heavy rows and isolated exercises specifically for the back to be the only secret to building a superhuman back. But in the end, he stated, “They’re all correct (except for the guy crapping on deadlifts, LOL).”

 

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Moreover, the bodybuilder also added how much he adores doing heavy workouts for his back. Lobliner also mentioned how he does isolation workouts as well; he stated, “FOR ME, I do all of this. I do heavy deadlifts (which I LOVE at the end of the back day to overload the back). I do heavy rows. I do isolation movements.” He further added how the back needs to be trained extremely hard: “The back is immense. It has a ton of muscles. The best way to train back is to….TRAIN BACK AND TRAIN IT FREAKING HARD!”

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The bodybuilder who promotes healthy tips for muscle buildup and fitness has also warned the community about the ill effects of excessive alcohol consumption and how it ruined him.

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In one of the YouTube videos from TigerFitness, Lobliner once confessed how alcohol had taken a toll on his life, tearing his family apart. When the fitness community was bombarded with several instances where people in some way accepted alcohol as a tolerable drink—especially after Arnold Schwarzenegger mentioned how he used to mix alcohol in his protein shakes.

Lobliner found it necessary to speak up. He confessed, “I basically tore my family apart, and I have known more people than I can count who have directly or indirectly lost someone to drunk driving.”

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The bodybuilder knows how the hype surrounding alcohol consumption due to virtual trends and tips on the internet can be misleading. Similarly, he also called out people who suggested that deadlifts were not necessary for back development. It is all a matter of trial and error, but according to Lobliner, one should have their judgment. After he got a backlash from alcohol consumption, he knew it was bad enough to ruin lives.

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Pritha Halder

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Pritha Halder is a bodybuilding writer at EssentiallySports. Specializing in covering the off-court life of bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts, she can often be seen scrounging Kali Muscle’s Instagram feed to find the new fruitarian diet the fitness influencer is on. Having completed her Bachelor's in English Language and Literature from a multidisciplinary university, Pritha started her career as a writer for a literary magazine, before delving into the world of fitness.
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