Guide for Beginners (XXXVII): Low Pulley Row

For new beginners in a workout of Bodybuilding, today in our beginner’s Guide will describe an exercise widely used for the work of the back, It is of the low pulley row narrow grip that we will learn to execute correctly to take advantage to the movement.

Performance in low pulley rowing technique

To start the movement must place ourselves on a machine of pulleys, Select weight loaded with exercise and sit opposite the appliance to which we previously have to fix a way to double-clutch the low pulley. We put our feet on to the platform and with knees bent and back straight well take the handle with both hands to start at the exercise.

Arms in the starting position should be extended, subjected to the low pulley through the handle and the torso should remain upright. Without mobilizing the torso, We pull the handle taking back elbows while inspiring, until the handle is right against the sternum.

Then we exhale the air while back the hands to the starting position by slow arms extending. We must never bend the back but the torso must move as little as possible.

Muscles worked with rowing in low pulley

As we have said previously the low pulley row, narrow grip, is an exercise that is ideal for the development of back, requested mainly the latissimus dorsi, the round more, the rear beam of the deltoid and during the end of the movement, the rhomboid and the Trapeze.

A secondary manner contribute to exercise the long supinador work, the biceps and the brachial earlier that allow the movement of the arms, and to straighten the trunk, involving also spiny muscles.

As we can see, many muscles back they are worked with this full body-building exercise.

Tips and common mistakes when rowing on low pulley

  • Mobilize the trunk back and forth: If we mobilize the trunk we will be allowing the lumbar area is loaded, we also tend to bend the quedara, something that may result in injury, especially if we carry a lot of weight.
  • Straining with arms to load weight: If running the movement notes tired biceps is because the exercise is not done correctly. The ideal is to start the movement from the shoulder, of way that work make it back, and not the muscles of the arms.
  • Drop weight: If we do not control the descent of the weight during the negative phase of the exercise we run great risk of lesion at the level of the shoulder and back, therefore, to return to the initial position we should do it gently, controlling the movement and without impulse.

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