Develop the V-shape back look with TRX Low Rows

There’s two simple but effective TRX row variations that I love, the high row and the low row. In this vid I talk through the low row benefits and how to execute it correctly. And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance: hey you guys TRX traveler Adam here in […]

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On 6th April 2020
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There’s two simple but effective TRX row variations that I love, the high row and the low row. In this vid I talk through the low row benefits and how to execute it correctly.

And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance:

hey you guys TRX traveler Adam here in this video we’re going to look at the TRX back rows now there’s two specific types is what I call an outer row and in in a row in this vid we’re gonna look at the inner row okay so the TRX in a row get your TRX set up this is maybe a little bit too long so I’m just going to pull it up now the TRX in a row is really good for developing thickness I like to think of it in really simple terms of the TRX Jairo where we get the elbows up and out it’s good for width the TRX in a row where we bring the elbows down and in is really good for thickness of the back and they both target different areas and in a while you’re looking Matar in the lower portion of your back the upper row the more the upper portion of the of the back muscles so very simple get the TRX ready get your feet position again you know TRX is all about creative creative exercise and the intensity of place is all about where you place your feet so I’m just going to go for quite light intensity here now the idea the stretch out you don’t want to hang too far back and you don’t want to be really too far stretch you want to kind of be I guess have your shoulder blades a little bit contracted not over contracted to you like this just a little bit because the way we begin the exercise is by contracting the shoulder blades first and then pulling in and then as I’m pulling in what I’m doing is I’m pulling with my elbows so I’m contracting my back and I pull them at elbow down and in they’re not like sort of flaring out like this so yeah sort of stain just at 45 degrees the pulling right in the hand position you’ve got a couple of options you can kind of start a slightly rotated and as you pull in rotate in like that which are quite like so I can feel really good squeeze on my lap muscles which are the muscles at the side of my back or you can just stay with a hammer grip neutral grip just like this so pull in when you pull with your elbows down in in so pull down and in and contract your shoulder blades back it’s up to you how you want to start the hands I quite like to open them up a bit and then rotate in as I pull so in practice it looks like this so I’m contracting my shoulder blades first then I pull with my elbows and I pull in and I hold my squeeze as hard as I can and then I relax back down and then I contract with shoulder blades and I pull in and I squeeze as hard as I can and then relax back down contract pull in squeeze and back down remember always always think about them I see you working it and really trying to contract and squeeze it through the full range of motion so that’s the TRX in a row in the next video I’m gonna do TRX elbows out roll which is much higher up builds more sort of width across your back thanks for watching

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Adam

TRX Traveller

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