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Feet Elevated Barbell Inverted Row

How To Do An Feet Elevated Inverted Row Exercise Video Demonstration and Guide

The Feet Elevated Barbell Inverted Row is a great modification to the traditional pull up that targets the muscles in your back.

By elevating your feet up on to the bench, it makes the barbell inverted row more challenging.

To get started:

  1. Set a barbell on the rack about waist high and a bench out in front to place your feet on.
  2. Grab the barbell with an overhand, shoulder width grip, and place both of your heels up on the bench.
  3. Squeeze your glutes, contract your abs, and rise up so your body is in a straight line.
  4. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and pull your chest to the bar, while keeping your body in a straight line.
  5. Under control, lower your body back down by straightening your arms.
  6. Repeat.

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