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Bent Over Barbell Row, Two Arm Bent-over-row


How to Do

How to Do Two Arm Barbell Bent-over-row

The barbell bent over row should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the barbell bent over row.


Beginning Two Arm Barbell Bent-over-row

Stand shoulder-width apart with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lean forward from the waist, bending your knees. Your legs should be bowed, but your back should be upright, and your neck should be parallel to your spine.


Two Arm Barbell Bent-over-row Movement

1. With your palms down, grab the bar about wider than shoulder-width apart and hang it with your arms straight.

2. To row the weight up until it meets your sternum, brace your core and squeeze your shoulders together, then slowly drop it back down.


Two Arm Barbell Bent-over-row Benefits

The bent-over row, done with a barbell, is one of the most effective strength and muscle-building exercises. In comparison to other rowing exercises, it allows the lifter to employ more weight. It also engages the forearm and biceps muscles, resulting in a more powerful grip.

Exercise Aliases

Bent Over Row, Barbell Bent Over.

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