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How To Do Low Pulley Rows

Feel like your upper back and neck are lacking in stature? We understand, and we're here to help.


  • Step 1: Slowly release the weight until your arms are straight again.
  • Step 2: Repeat pulling the cable to your neck until you've done the number of reps your workout program calls for.
  • FACT: In 1852, rowing became the first intercollegiate sport in America, when Harvard defeated Yale in a race.
  • TIP: Keep your elbows out to really work your trapezius muscles.
  • Step 3: Keeping your back straight, pull the cable up to your neck.
  • Step 4: Sit in front of the pulley with your feet against the footrests.
  • Step 5: Grab the ends of the rope attachment with your palms facing down.
  • Step 6: Sit back with a slight bend in your knees and your back vertical and ramrod straight.
  • : Always consult a physician before attempting any exercise program.

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