Bent-Over Rows

Bent-Over Rows

04-07-2016
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Effect

Bent-Over Rows use the wide back muscles, the secondary effect goes to the trapezius and rhomboids, deep back muscles, rear deltoid, biceps brachii and the forearms.

Tip

You can do this with rotating your palm out. This can give you a whole other feeling in your back

On the top point, try approach your elbows and squeeze the back muscles.

With the tilt, the direction of the stimulation can be changed. Doing it at 90° tilt, the upper part of the back gets more load. But if you tilt 45° the lower part gets the load. The width of the grip also important: if your grip is wide, the inner part of the back gets more load. If it's narrow, the more outer part gets it.



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