Cable Kneeling Row Exercise Guide
Cable Kneeling Row is a strength exercise that works your abs, traps and spinal erectors.
Cable Kneeling Row is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your .
It requires cable machine to do.
How to do Cable Kneeling Row
Put right knee on lower pad (positioned on right side) with foot on other leg slightly out out to side and knee slightly bent. Put right forearm on right side of upper pad and grip handle. Grasp cable stirrup below with left eye. Enable left shoulder to be pushed forward without spinal movement.
Pull stirrup up to side until elbow travels beyond surface of back. Return until arm is extended and shoulder is stretched downward. Repeat and continue with opposite side.
Allow scapula to articulate, but do not rotate torso.
The muscles used for cable kneeling row may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for cable kneeling row are:
- Spinal Erectors
- Side Deltoids
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|Type(s)||Strength, Compound, Weightlifting|
|Muscles Worked||Abdominals, Trapezius, Deltoids, Latissimus Dorsi, Rhomboids, Erector Spinae, Infraspinatus, Posterior Deltoids|
|Major Exercise||Inverted Row|
|Target muscle(s)||Abs, Traps, Spinal Erectors|
|Synergyst muscle(s)||Deltoids, Lats, Rhomboids, Infraspinatus, Side Deltoids|