Dumbbell Row vs. Barbell Row Stronglifts

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The dumbbell row and the barbell row stronglift are great ways to isolate certain muscles during a workout. Learn about the dumbbell row versus the barbell row stronglifts with help from a fitness competitor and expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Emily Jones, fitness expert and competitor here at Camp Hero Fitness in Southlake, Texas, I'm gonna be demonstrating the difference between dumbbell row verses a barbell row. Benefits of doing a dumbbell row verses a barbell row is actually you're gonna be isolating the muscle group on each side right to left. I'm gonna grab my dumbbell moderate in weight, I'm gonna bend over at the waist keeping my back straight so I don't put any strain on my back cause I'm working my lats, you're gonna put it down and you're gonna bring it up to your waist putting a 90 degree angle in your elbow and back down. Make sure you keep your back straight throughout the whole exercise, once you done 12 to 15 reps you can alternate to your left. Now I'm gonna show you what a barbell row is, make sure that you bend at the waist putting a bend in your knees as well keeping your chest up back straight and you're gonna row it up all the way to your chest and back down. You're never moving your waist or your back you're just using your back muscles and moving your arms and again I'm Emily Jones fitness expert and competitor and I just showed you the difference between a dumbbell row and a barbell row, have a great day.


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