Reclined Body Rows

Beginner Level of Difficulty

The recline body row is a beginner upper body exercise. This exercise requires upper body strength and targets the back, arms and shoulders.

MUSCLES ENGAGED


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Back (upper)

You can’t see your back without a lot of effort, but this doesn't mean you shouldn’t train it. Back exercises consisting of both back stretching and back strengthening is very important to your health and overcoming back pain.

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Biceps

Biceps are the pair of muscles on the front of the upper arm connecting the shoulder to the elbow. Your biceps are used in everything from turning a doorknob to lifting heavy items. Strengthening your biceps can greatly reduce the "flabby arms" look.

Equipment Used


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Barbell

A barbell is a piece of exercise equipment used in weight training, weightlifting and powerlifting. Barbells range in length from 4 feet (1.2 m) to 8 feet (2.4 m) and vary in diameter.

Exercise Instructions


reclined body rows - step 1

Step 1

Start underneath the barbell holding on with a reverse grip just a bit wider than shoulder width.

reclined body rows - step 2

Step 2

Pull your body up to the bar finishing with the bar across the center of your chest.

reclined body rows - step 3

Step 3

Lower your body back down to the starting position with control and repeat.