One of my favourite body part is ‘upper back’ and I have explained the beautiful complications surrounding this robust structure in my article on the subject. However here is another display to second my point:

Can you see the thoracic vertebrae in the middle of well built muscles?

The way muscles are laid in the upper back doesn’t allow thoracic spine view and instead muscles surrounding it (trapezius) would overlay the spine. Is it because of how the muscles are placed? Or is it because of over building the muscles? The reason could be anything but I want my spine to see through if it is strong. The surrounding muscles can also grow but they should grow in their space and not overlap over their surrounding areas.

If building your back is a craft, then showcasing thoracic vertebrae in between well build muscles is craftsmanship. by UC

Umesh Chhikara

Training architect