Inverted Rows

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Move Targets: Chest, Biceps and Core


Step-by-Step

Step 1: Find a low, stable pull-up bar or something close to a TRX strap like a swing. Grip the bar with hands extending straight out from the shoulders. Choose the angle you want your body to be — the less severe, the easier the row will be. Brace the core and keep your body in a straight, solid line.

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Step 2:  Exhale and pull your chest up to the bar with your elbows pointing out to the sides. The core remains tight; avoid sagging hips or an arched back.

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Step 3:  Release the row position with an inhale. Keep the shoulder blades close together at the bottom of the movement.


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