Strength

Cable Decline Row

The Cable Decline Row targets back muscles, enhancing their strength and stability. This exercise, mimicking a rowing motion, helps build muscle and improve posture.
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Cable Decline Row instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Add an appropriate amount of weight to each side of a cable machine and attach a high-bar.
2
Stand about a foot away from the machine. Your feet should be slightly away from your body.
3
Grasp the high-bar with your hands shoulder-width apart and begin by contracting your shoulders to the back of the room.
4
Pull the high-bar towards you, keeping your elbows close to your body and squeezing as it approaches.
5
Slowly release by extending your arms and shoulders back to the starting position.
Add an appropriate amount of weight to each side of a cable machine and attach a high-bar.
Stand about a foot away from the machine. Your feet should be slightly away from your body.
Grasp the high-bar with your hands shoulder-width apart and begin by contracting your shoulders to the back of the room.
Pull the high-bar towards you, keeping your elbows close to your body and squeezing as it approaches.
Slowly release by extending your arms and shoulders back to the starting position.
Equipment needed
Bands
Barbell
Battle Ropes
Bench
Bosu
Box
Cables
Dip Bar
Dumbbell
EZ Curl Bar
Hex Bar
Kettlebell
Ladder
Machine
Pull-Up Bar
Yoga Ball
Muscles used
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Back
Front
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