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One-Arm Lat Row


A few keys to remember:

· Progress gradually. Don’t try to do too much too soon. Listen to your body. When you need a rest, rest.

· A solid program must train both the upper and lower body.

· Know why you are performing each exercise. Set goals and lift weights because you want to, not because someone wants you to.

· Always breathe during a repetition and go through a full range of motion.

· Always consult with your family doctor before beginning any new exercise program.

6 Comments on One-Arm Lat Row

  1. wow that looks hard

  2. JesusFreak // May 28, 2009 at 6:20 am // Reply

    A tip of advice on the amount of weight to use: if you’re under 15 years old, DON’T GO OVER 50 POUNDS. My personal trainer talked with my brother and I about that, and she said that if you go over 50 pounds and you’re under 15, you can really screw up your muscles.

  3. :-)

    that is cool

  4. To respond to joey’s comment, it is true that working out the “lat” is important. Many guys love to bench press (chest) but fail to evenly work out their back. The chest and back muscles are an example of ANTAGONISTIC muscles (triceps and biceps are another example). These muscles pull on each other and must be ballanced in strength to avoid problems.

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