Split Lunge Row - Resistance Tube

Other types of Split Lunge Row: Machine


  • Secure the tube around a fixture or close the assist strap in the doorway. Take a large step back with one foot and face your palms towards each other.

  • With palms facing each other, pull your elbows back until they are even with your back. Straighten your arms to return to starting position.

  • Resistance tube, sturdy place to loop the tube

  • Back 

  • Arms  Shoulders 

  • Latissimus dorsi, Rhomboids, Trapezius, Posterior deltoids, Erector spinae, Biceps

  • TIP: You can do this with a partner by criss-crossing your strap with theirs in the middle, then stepping away from each other to create enough tension so that you will both be challenged.


Variations for Split Lunge Row

  • Seated Row

    This exercise develops good posture and toned arms and shoulders.

  • 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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