How To Do Upright Cable Row ???


Want to learn how to do a Upright cable row ? Read on further for detailed workout instructions, notes, video and pro tips for learning proper form and train better for it.

 

WHAT IS UPRIGHT CABLE ROW ?

You build your shoulders by doing upright cable row.

 

WHAT MUSCLES DOES UPRIGHT CABLE ROW WORKOUT ?

Primary muscle: If you do upright cable row exercise, your Shoulders will be effected the most.
Secondary muscle: Upper Back / Traps are also effected by doing this exercise.

 

WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES UPRIGHT CABLE ROW REQUIRE ?

You will require a cable station to do this exercise.

 

HOW TO DO UPRIGHT CABLE ROW ?

Performing the 6 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:

  1. Fix a straight bar on the low pulley in the cable station.
  2. Place your feet on either side of the pulley and maintain their distance to be equal to shoulder’s width apart.
  3. Extend your arms completely and hold the straight bar with an over hand grip by keeping your hands at a distance of shoulder’s width apart on the bar with your shoulders back.
  4. Pull up the Bar towards your upper chest and extend/stretch it until it reaches just below your chin.
  5. Squeeze/contract your biceps and forearms and hold there till the count of one.
  6. Slowly and steadily return to the starting/initial position and repeat yourself.

 

HOW DIFFICULT IS IT TO PERFORM PERFORM UPRIGHT CABLE ROW ?

The difficulty level of performing this exercise ranges from being Moderate to being Easy.

 

WHO ALL CAN PERFORM UPRIGHT CABLE ROW ?

Anyone can perform this exercise.

 

ARE THERE ANY OTHER EXERCISES WHICH BENEFIT THE SAME PRIMARY MUSCLES AS UPRIGHT CABLE ROW DOES ?

There are five exercises which target the same muscles:
  1. Upright Barbell Row
  2. One Arm Dumbbell Row
  3. Kettlebell Thruster
  4. Dumbbell Incline Row
  5. Hindu / Judo Push Up / Dive Bombers

This is just not enough. Find out the other best bodybuilding exercises here.

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