T-Bar Row Exercise Guide
T-Bar Row is a strength exercise that works your abs and traps.
T-Bar Row is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your core, neck, shoulders, upper back, upper body and waist.
It requires barbell to do.
How to do T-Bar Row
The T-Bar Row workout is perfect for helping develop power and the main muscles in your back.
Start out by putting your foot at either side of the T-Bar Device, holding your knees slightly bent, abs close and gripping the handles of the tool with a strong grip.
Slowly bent at the knees so that the body is nearly parallel with the floor because that would be your starting point.
from this place, raise the bar up towards your chest in a steady and guided fashion and push for as far as you are able to.
When you hit the top spot, keep for a count, relax your back muscles and move back to the starting point.
When doing this exercise holding the elbows tight to your chest.
Finish the movement by pulling the weight to your chest.
Learn how to do t-bar row from this step-by-step illustrations:
The muscles used for t-bar row may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for t-bar row are:
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|Muscles Worked||Abdominals, Trapezius, Biceps Brachii|
|Difficulty Level(s)||Moderate, Simple|
|Equipment||Barbell, Weight Machine|
|Major Exercise||Inverted Row|