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Dissecting The bent Over Row

The bent Over row is one of the basic bread and butter exercises for upper and middle back development. For decades now power lifter and bodybuilders have been using the barbell row as a way to increase the strength and size of the muscles in the middle to upper back. If you're wanting to pack on some bulk and shape to your upper body, then the bent row is a mandatory exercise that you must fit into your lat workouts.

Targeting the Latissimus Dorsi, the barbell row combines the potent muscle building benefits of allowing you to train with a heavy weight thorough a complete range of motion and allowing you to target your latisimus dorsi with laser precision and move closer to the classic V-shape taper that your dying to have! While many of the top top bodybuilding exercises allow you to train multiple muscles at the same time, the bent row doesn't allow any other body parts to steal the show and cut into the amount of stimulation that your lats receive. This is one of the big benefits to planning barbell rows into your lat workouts. You get maximum lat stimulation with a heavy weight.

Muscles Hammered During The Barbell Row

Aside from the lats, there are a few other muscle groups that carry a little bit of the load. To complete this movement the Brachialis, Posterior Deltoid,Teres Major,Brachioradialis and Biceps Brachii all contribute, but the vast majority of the load is carried by the lats\upper back. When performed with decent form, the bent row uses very few of the muscles listed above, but when performed with crappy form, it's one of those exercises that can start to push a lot of the load from the target muscles to the secondary muscle groups. That's one of the reasons that it's so important to learn how to perform barbell rows properly.

How To Perform The bent Over Row

1. Grasp the bar with an overhand grip with your hands spaced slightly wider than shoulder width. You should be standing on your feet with them spaced shoulder width apart and bend your knees slightly. Lean forward at the waist at approximately a 45° angle. Make sure to keep your back straight during the full range of the movement. If you're body is aligned properly, then the bar should be positioned just above your knee prior to beginning the exercise.

2. Pull the bar up to the lower portion of your chest, making sure to keep your core muscles contracted (in order to stabilize your spine). When properly performed, you will basically be lifting your elbows up towards the sky while holding your upper body in a stationary position.

While performing the bent Over row, you should feel the muscles in your latissimus dorsi (lats) working. The lats are located along both sides of the spine along your back. In order to ensure that you are focusing on the lats properly, it helps to think about the muscles that you are using (or supposed to be using) and to attempt to pull your shoulder blades up and back at the top of the exercise, this will force your latissimus dorsi to contract if it isn't already engaged. Once you feel the muscles that are supposed to be performing the bulk of the work during bent Over rows, then it becomes easier to make small adjustments to your form to ensure that the right muscles are being targeted.

3. Allow the bar to move back down to the starting position in a slow and controlled manner, but still focus on using your lats to complete the eccentric portion of the lift.

keep in mind that varying the position of your grip will allow you to place an emphasis on different parts of your middle and upper back. If you perform barbell rows with an overhand grip, you will place an emphasis on the lower part of the trapezius and your rhomboids. While performing bent rows with an underhand grip will place most of the emphasis on the upper portion of the trapezius and the biceps brachii.

If you're looking to increase the strength and size of your middle and upper back, then bent Over rows should be a major part of your back workouts. Not only will you be able to target your upper back with laser precision and take a step towards acquiring the v-taper upper body, but you'll be able to train with a heavy enough weight to make a noticeable difference quickly.
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