How to do bent over rows

The bent over row is commonly done with a barbell or with 2 dumbbells.

The bent over row is a good…

  • pulling exercise
  • back exercise
  • developer of stabilizing strength through the core

-Terry Asher

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    Thanks, the video was great. I’m impressed with the editing.

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    Nice job! Great info! I especially like the common errors & how to correct!

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    Thanks Dale! Glad you like the site…

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    my initial reaction to the video was that i thought you did the movement very quickly. shouldn’t you contract your shoulderblades at the end for contact? and i thought the barbell should be at kneeposition throughout the movement

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    I used to do the T-bar row with great back size and strength results but years later switched to the safer (for me) one-arm dumbell row. Not as satisfyng as the T-bar row, but good. The bent- over barbell row always scared me since I have a “glass” low back, but I am inspired by your video and reccomendation to try this basic, original back exercise once again, with care taken to make sure I do it perfectly of course!

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    Thanks for all your how-to vids vic! They have been really helpful.

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      Thanks Patrick! Train hard!

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