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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning' started by Detectorist, Jan 2, 2013.
It would seem to me to be a more natural way to do them...
Yes underhand is more comfortable. But seems to involve the biceps more.
Overhand bothers my forearms at times.
I prefer head supported dumbbell rows.
I like to use a neutral grip/multi purpose bar...
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My usual workout calls for underhand, overhand and wide grip.
Thanks guys. I had been doing them with the overhand grip but that seems to hit only my Rhumbus(sp). No effect on my Lats or rear Delts. Will try underhand next time..
I did that way for a long time. Had to switch to overhand with a wide grip once I developed golfers elbow.
I do Pendlay rows and rotate alternating grip, both under, both standard grip, between sets.
I personally hate BB rows. I find that DB rows have much more benefit.
I use an underhand grip, with an EZ-Curl bar. I pull the bar to my lower abs.
You mean like db rows supported on a bench? What is the additional benefit?