The Underhand Grip Inverted Row is another modification to the traditional chin up that strengthens the pulling muscles in your back as well as the shoulder stabilizer muscles such as the traps, rhomboids, rear deltoids, and rotator cuffs. By using an underhand grip, you’ll be pulling in more biceps that with an overhand grip.
Watch the UNDERHAND GRIP INVERTED ROW: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform UNDERHAND GRIP INVERTED ROW:
1. Set a barbell in a squat rack about hip height.
2. Get down underneath the bar with your legs fully extended and your heels pressed into the ground.
3. Grab the bar using a palms facing you underhand grip, and hang off the bar with your arms fully extended.
4. Ensure your body is flat as a board by contracting your glutes and abs, then pull your shoulder blades back and together and bend your elbows to pull your chest to the bar.
5. Under control, lower your body back down by straightening your arms.
For a chest workout, check out our Chest Pumping Giant Set Chest Workout video. Give it a try!
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