How To Do A Pronated Grip Dumbbell Bent Over Scapular Retraction To Row Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide
The Pronated Grip Dumbbell Bent Over Scapular Retraction To Row is a two part exercise that primarily isolates your
back, while reducing the contraction in your biceps.
To get started:
While holding a pair of dumbbells with a palms facing you pronated grip, bend at your hips and knees to lower your upper body until it’s close to parallel to the ground.
With your arms fully extended with the dumbbells hanging straight down, initiate the movement by first shrugging your
shoulders to pull your shoulder blades together, and hold for 2 seconds. After 2 seconds, begin the row by bending your elbows and raising them out to the side, as you pull the dumbbells to the sides of your
chest. Continue to squeeze your shoulder blades together, then under control, lower the dumbbells back to the starting position.
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