Seated Row - Resistance Tube

Other types of Seated Row: Stability Ball


  • Secure tube in doorway or around pole and sit down on a Stability Ball. Hold the handles with your thumbs up and with slight tension in the tube. Put your feet together.

  • Pull your shoulders back bringing the handles back as far as you can without moving your torso, then return to straight arms.

  • Stability ball, Resistance tube

  • Back 

  • Arms  Shoulders 

  • Latissimus dorsi, Trapezius, Rhomboids

  • TIP: You can sit on a bench, chair, stability ball, or the floor. You may need to use bare feet or secure your feet against the floor somehow so that you will not slide as you pull your arms back.


Variations for Seated Row

  • Split Lunge Row

    This works your back slightly harder than if you were to do the same exercise seated because your legs are in a challenging position trying to maintain balance while you pull the tubes.

  • Row With Rotation

    This exercise works the rear shoulders and upper back and can be done seated or standing, feet together or in a split lunge. You can also do it with a partner by having them loop their own tube through yours then pull simultaneously.

  • Row

    Whether seated or standing, this movement can be executed in many different ways to strengthen your back and biceps. You can also do it with a partner by having them loop their own tube through yours then pull simultaneously.

 

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