Exercise with the Seated Cable Row with Underhand Grip

How To : Tone your back with a seated row to chin exercise

This improvisation on the classic row is a great way to improve your upper back muscles. Men's Health suggests holding the bar higher for optimal toning. Attach a lat pull down bar to the cable of a cable row station. Sit on the floor and bend forward at the waist to grab the ...more

How To : Sculpt you back with a cable seated rows drop set

Learn how to do a cable seated row drop set. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Cable seated rows are a great, safe way to build your lats and traps. For this exercise, you'll max out four times using progressively lighter weights, increasing the burn ...more

How To : Exercise with the barbell row with underhand grip

Learn how to exercise by doing the barbell row with underhand grip. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lats Secondary Muscle Group: biceps, lower back, rhomboids, traps - mid, triceps Base Movement: row Equipment: barbell Training Type: weight training Level of Difficulty ...more

How To : Do incline rows for lats

In this video, we learn how to do incline rows for lats. There is no substitute for pull ups if you want wide lats. This exercise is a great addition to add to pull ups to get a great workout and build muscle. To do this exercise, lay on an adjustable bench that is set on an i ...more

How To : Do a low single cable squat power cross punch

Learn how to do a low single cable squat power cross punch. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Squat, twist and punch. Squat, twist and punch. This combination exercise works the legs and the shoulders by combining one of the greatest leg exercises—the ...more

How To : Do a single cable scissor squat and row

Learn how to do a single cable scissor squat and row. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits The single cable scissor squat and row works the legs and back in unison, training strength, coordination, and balance. Muscles Worked Back Legs Starting Positio ...more

How To : Get strong legs with single cable squats and rows

Learn how to do single cable squats and rows. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits The single cable squat and row works the legs and back in unison, training strength, coordination and balance. Muscles Worked Back Legs Starting Position Set up a cable ...more

How To : Exercise with the 1 arm neutral cable lat pulldown

Learn how to exercise by doing the 1 arm cable lat pulldown with neutral grip. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lats Secondary Muscle Group: biceps, pec minor, traps - lower, triceps Base Movement: lat pulldown Equipment: cable Training Type: weight training Level of Di ...more

How To : Workout your back with hammer grip pull ups

Hammer grip pull ups are amazing for building overall thickness and width in your back. Add hammer grip pull ups to your back workout and include bent over barbell rows and seated cable rows for a solid mass building back routine!

How To : Build a muscular back with cable rope rows

Cable rope rows are great for adding as a finishing exercise in your routine. With this how to video you can add the cable rope rows to the end of your back workout and start with bent over barbell rows and seated cable rows for a solid mass building back workout.

How To : Start doing pull-ups

In this video, we learn how to start doing pull-ups. First, stand up while you pull down on the machine at a weight you can handle. After this, do wide lat pulls using a weight that is heavy for you, but you can still handle. Next, do seated row exercises in sets to where you ...more

How To : Do a quick workout with super sets

In this tutorial, we learn how to do a quick workout with super sets. First exercise you can do is a squat to cable row. Use a resistance band to do this by placing it around a post or having someone hold it. Back up to build resistance, then plant your feet parallel and hip w ...more

How To : Do a seated wide-grip row

This video demonstrates how to do a seated wide-grip row. This exercise works the latisimus dorsi and the upper back. Don't let the weights pull you forward, you control the weights. Do a seated wide-grip row. Click through to watch this video on global-fitness.com

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