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Row In Static Squat-Position

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muscles:Latissimus DorsiMuscle, QuadricepsMuscle, HamstringsMuscle, GlutesMuscle
auxiliary muscles:BicepsMuscle, Hand FlexorsMuscle, TrapeziusMuscle, Lower BackMuscle, Teres MusclesMuscle, DeltoidsMuscle
required:Dumbbells (2)
fitness level:Normal
exercise type:Strength
Variations available (27)
Starting PositionExecution

Starting Position

  • grasp a dumbbell with each hand
  • the legs are shoulder width opened
  • bend the knees until the legs are in a 90 degree angle
  • the bottom is pushed out
  • the knees do not protrude the tiptoes as possible, to preserve the joints
  • at the same time you tilt the upper body forward up to 45 degrees
  • hold the weights next to your thighs
  • the head is in extension to the spine

Correct Execution

  • bend the arms and pull the weights into the target area: outer torso
  • the leg remain inactive in the squat position and parallel to the ground
  • hold the weights in the target area for a bit
  • let them sink down slowly then
  • avoid gaining momentum
  • repeat this several times for an effective strength workout