How To Do Seated / Low Cable Row


Want to learn how to do Seated / Low 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 SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW?

This exercise helps in working out your  Middle & Lower Back / Lats.

 

WHAT MUSCLES DOES SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW WORKOUT?

Primary muscle:  Middle & Lower Back / Lats are the primarily benefited muscles by performing this exercise.
Secondary Muscle: Biceps, Shoulders, Upper Back / Traps are secondarily worked out by performing this exercise.

 

WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW USE?

Cable station is used for this exercise.

 

HOW TO DO SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW?

Performing the 10 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:

  1. Fix a V-bar attachment to the low cable station
  2. Be seated on the station and rest your feet on the foot pads. Keep your knees bent.
  3. Lean forward, keeping your back straight and grip the V-bar handles with both hands.
  4. Maintain the straightness of your arms and keep pulling backwards until your torso is at 90-degree angle from your legs.
  5. Keep Your back slightly arched, whereas keep your chest pushed out.
  6. Maintain your torso to a stationary position and pull the handles back towards you while flexing your back muscles.
  7. While exhaling Keep your arms close to your sides until your hands reach your abdomen.
  8. Hold for a count of one.
  9. while inhaling return to the starting position.
  10. Repeat the above steps to complete the desired number of reps.

 

WHAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF PERFORMING SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW?

You can perform Seated / Low Cable Row using a straight bar instead of a V-Bar.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF PERFORMING SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW?

This exercise is Easy to Moderate to perform.

 

WHO ALL CAN PERFORM SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW?

Anyone can perform this exercise.

 

WHAT OTHER EXERCISES BENEFIT THE SAME PRIMARY MUSCLES AS SEATED / LOW CABLE ROW DOES?

Yes, Following are the 5 exercises which benefits the same primary muscles as this exercise does:

  1. One Arm Dumbbell Row
  2. Dumbbell Incline Row
  3. Knee-to-Chest Lower Back Stretch
  4. Bent Over Barbell Row
  5. One-Arm Kettlebell Row

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