Question: What do back rows work?

The Barbell Row primarily develops the pulling muscles of the back, which include the latissimus dorsi, trapezius, rhomboids, posterior deltoids and other small muscles that act on the shoulder blades and shoulder joint. The lower-back muscles and biceps also play important roles in the exercise.

What do back rows target?

A row is a pull-type, compound exercise which works primarily your middle back, but also works your Latissimus and muscles in your arms.

Are landmine rows good?

While the landmine row variations are devastatingly effective for forging muscle and strength, they also reduce joint stress while maximizing the tension and stabilization patterns of the shoulder, which translates very well to optimal shoulder and spinal health along with improved athletic performance.

What muscles do landmine rows work?

The landmine row works the following muscles:deltoids.trapezius.erector spinae.latissimus dorsi.glutes.Jul 24, 2020

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