Dumbbell Renegade Row Exercise Guide

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Dumbbell Renegade Row is a strength exercise that works your pecs and transverse abs.

Dumbbell Renegade Row is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your chest, core, upper body, upper chest and waist.

It requires dumbbells to do.

Dumbbell Renegade Row

How to do Dumbbell Renegade Row

Exercise

With dumbbells in your hands, prop yourself up to plank position. Row your right arm and dumbbell, lower it back to the floor then row your left arm and dumbbell. Repeat while making sure your hips stay parallel to the floor.

Illustrated Guide

Learn how to do dumbbell renegade row from this step-by-step illustrations:

Dumbbell Renegade Row 1
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Dumbbell Renegade Row 3

Muscles Worked

The muscles used for dumbbell renegade row may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for dumbbell renegade row are:

Primary Muscles

  • Pecs
  • Transverse Abs

Synergyst Muscles

  • Triceps
  • Deltoids
  • Obliques
  • Front Deltoids

Frequently Asked Questions

What muscles does Dumbbell Renegade Row work?
Dumbbell Renegade Row works pecs, transverse abs.
What is Dumbbell Renegade Row good for?
Dumbbell Renegade Row is beneficial for conditioning and to strengthen. It works the best for chest, core, upper body, upper chest and waist, as it works pecs, transverse abs. Dumbbell Renegade Row is a great strength exercise for men, men over 50, women and women over 50.
Is Dumbbell Renegade Row a good exercise?
Dumbbell Renegade Row is a popular strength exercise for pecs, transverse abs.

Training, Progressions and Regressions

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Dumbbell Renegade Row Training and Progressions

Standards and Averages

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Dumbbell Renegade Row Standards and Averages

Alternatives

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Dumbbell Renegade Row Alternatives

Variations

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Dumbbell Renegade Row Variations

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Classification

Type(s) Strength
Muscles Worked Triceps Brachii, Deltoids, Pectorals, Obliques, Anterior Deltoids, Transverse Abdominis
Difficulty Level(s) Moderate
Equipment Dumbbells
Location At Gym, At Home, Outdoor
Major Exercise Inverted Row

Muscles Worked

Target muscle(s) Pecs, Transverse Abs
Synergyst muscle(s) Triceps, Deltoids, Obliques, Front Deltoids

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