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Any of you folks do bent rows with an underhand grip?

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning' started by Detectorist, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Detectorist

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    It would seem to me to be a more natural way to do them...
     
  2. BCR

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    Yes underhand is more comfortable. But seems to involve the biceps more.

    Overhand bothers my forearms at times.

    I prefer head supported dumbbell rows.
     


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  4. Bren

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    My usual workout calls for underhand, overhand and wide grip.
     
  5. Detectorist

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    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..
     
  6. California Jack

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    I did that way for a long time. Had to switch to overhand with a wide grip once I developed golfers elbow.
     
  7. I do Pendlay rows and rotate alternating grip, both under, both standard grip, between sets.
     
  8. CDRZL15

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    I personally hate BB rows. I find that DB rows have much more benefit.
     
  9. Willard

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    I use an underhand grip, with an EZ-Curl bar. I pull the bar to my lower abs.
     
  10. California Jack

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    You mean like db rows supported on a bench? What is the additional benefit?