How to do the Body Row

The body row is a great pulling exercise which can be performed with a set of rings, a barbell on a squat rack, or at a park on a set of low parallel bars.

The body row can be adjusted to your fitness level by changing the height of the bar or the rings. The closer you are to the ground, the harder the exercise will be.

If you are trying to increase the difficulty, try putting your feet on a box or ball instead of the ground, or wear a weighted vest while you do the exercise.

-Terry Asher

Gym Junkies

I’m Terry I’m here to help you achieve the body you want. I truly believe anyone can achieve the figure they want, with the proper guidance. Through my eBook I have been able to help thousands of people online lose weight, tone up and get in shape. My goals are to continue to help people all around the world and change people’s life for the better.

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    What would be an alternative until core is strong enough for the hips to come into line with heels and shoulders?

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