How is a Narrow-Grip Bent Over Row performed?

Discussion in 'Basic Training Principles and Methods' started by JohnGafnea, Apr 7, 2003.

  1. JohnGafnea

    JohnGafnea New Member

    It's recommended for back, but I've never heard of it or seen anyone doing it.
  2. Calkid

    Calkid New Member

    Grab a bar with appropriate weight while standing upright, narrow grip (that could mean handes 6 inches apart). You should be holding it, arms unflexed, legs maybe shoulder-width. Like the lockout position for a deadlift. Bend over at the waist so that your back forms roughly a 60 degree angle with the horizontal, and pull the bar from a hanging position to your lower chest/upper ab area. Lower it for a controlled eccentric.

    Note: keep your spine erect during the movement. I was gonna show you the one on, but I don't like that one because he starts it from the floor and bends his spine.


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