Strength

Dumbbell Wide Bent Over Row

The Dumbbell Wide Bent Over Row exercise targets your upper back and shoulder muscles, aiding in improved posture and enhanced upper body strength through pulling motions.
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Dumbbell Wide Bent Over Row instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand holding a dumbbell in each hand, with your arms hanging straight down and your palms facing each other.
2
Bend slightly at the knees while pushing your buttocks back, keeping your back straight and leaning your body forward to about 45 degrees.
3
Pull the dumbbells up to the sides of your torso, make sure your elbows make a 90-degree angle when you do this.
4
Pause at the top, then lower the dumbbells in a controlled manner along the same path.
5
Repeat the movement for the programmed number of reps, ensuring your core is engaged and your body stays still throughout the motion.
Stand holding a dumbbell in each hand, with your arms hanging straight down and your palms facing each other.
Bend slightly at the knees while pushing your buttocks back, keeping your back straight and leaning your body forward to about 45 degrees.
Pull the dumbbells up to the sides of your torso, make sure your elbows make a 90-degree angle when you do this.
Pause at the top, then lower the dumbbells in a controlled manner along the same path.
Repeat the movement for the programmed number of reps, ensuring your core is engaged and your body stays still throughout the motion.
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