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How To Do One Arm Kettlebell Row?

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How To Do One Arm Kettlebell Row?


Wish to learn how to do a One Arm Kettlebell Row? Read on further for detailed workout instructions, notes, video and pro tips for learning proper form and train better for it.

What is One Arm Kettlebell Row?

This exercise is performed to workout  Biceps, Middle & Lower Back / Lats.

What muscles are worked out with this workout?

Primary muscle:  Biceps, Middle & Lower Back / Lats are worked out by performing this exercise.
Secondary muscle: Upper Back / Traps are secondarily worked out by performing this exercise.

What equipment does one require to perform this workout?

For performing this exercise, you require a Kettlebell.

How do One Arm Kettlebell Row with proper technique?

Following the 9 steps explained below, you shall be able to perform this exercise:
  1. Keep a kettlebell in front of you.
  2. Put your right leg forward, while resting your left leg on its balls. Just like you’d do for a lunge stance.
  3. Bend your knees in order to slightly lean in the forward direction.
  4. Maintain the straightness of your back.
  5. For stability, place your right had on your right knee.
  6. With a neutral grip, hold the kettlebell in your left hand.
  7. Pull the kettlebell upwards until it reaches your stomach.
  8. Flex your elbows and retract your shoulders.
  9. Finish all the repetitions for one side before switching.

What is the difficulty level of One Arm Kettlebell Row?

This exercise is very Moderate to Hard to perform.

Who can perform One Arm Kettlebell Row?

Anyone can perform this exercise.

Which other workouts affect the same primary muscles?

The 5 exercises that follow, benefit the same primary muscles the most:
  1. Bent Over Two-Arm Long Bar Row
  2. Standing Bicep Cable Curls
  3. One Arm Dumbbell Preacher Curl
  4. Barbell Deadlift
  5. Standing Dumbbell Curl

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

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