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Fitness Tip Tuesday – Seated Cable Row Exercise For Women

By March 28, 2012April 16th, 201415 Comments

Seated Cable Row Exercise For Women

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Rows target your middle and lower traps and your rhomboids. That’s not all row hit tough. Your rear deltoids, upper traps and roator cuff are also involved acting as stabilizers in every version of the rowing movement.

I am using a cable here to add resistance on the eccentric movement as well as the concentric. This will ensure your target muscles are working throughout the entire exercise making the Seated Cable Row a great exercise for you to add into your current program. All you need to do is switch any rowing exercise for this one at any given time.


  1. Sit up straight and keep your chest up and neck in neutral position
  2. Keep your shoulders relaxed and keep your arms close to your body.
  3. When pulling the cable towards your body, push the bar down towards your thighs.
  4. When you row, get the bar as clsose to your body as is comfortable.

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