Everyone is very familiar with dumbbells. Dumbbells are one of the most common equipment in life, and dumbbells are also widely used. For example, dumbbells are bent and rowed, and what parts of the dumbbells are bent over, I believe many people do not know. So where is the dumbbell tilted? What are the benefits of relying on row? Here is the look of the dumbbells.

Dumbbells tilted to row
Where is the dumbbell tilted?
In the middle, also exercise biceps, shoulders.

Curved dumbbell rowing skills:
1. Separate your feet, bend your knees slightly and lean forward. Hold the dumbbells and slowly let them hang.

2. Work on the back, pull the upper arm up, let the elbows slowly pass backwards, then slowly come back.

Bending dumbbell row carefully
1. Don’t lean too far forward.

2. When lifting the dumbbell, keep the upper arm close to your body.

3. Slowly come back and continue to stimulate the back muscles.

4. When the upper arm is at the highest point, it is best to consciously tighten the muscles of the back.

Advantages of dumbbell rowing
1. Increase back thickness
The latissimus dorsi has a unique muscle fiber orientation that is neither completely horizontal nor completely vertical. In contrast, they have a diagonal diagonal fiber orientation that allows the muscle to apply vertical and horizontal forces.

Therefore, in order to maximize the development of the latissimus dorsi, the latissimus dorsi can be exercised in two directions:

(1) In the vertical direction (parallel to the torso), the best way to exercise is to pull back in general, like a pull-up, sitting down, mainly to make your back wider, especially when using wide grip. Pull back

(2) Horizontal (perpendicular to the trunk) is what we call rowing. It thickens the latissimus dorsi, so you can maximize the thickness of the latissimus dorsi by rowing with a variety of weights, especially barbells.

1.Barbell rowing can simultaneously exercise hip extension and improve the stability of hip extension position
The hip joint is a primitive form of exercise that has a place in many good practices. Hip extension is important for muscle performance, such as deadlifts, and many other Olympic sports.

2.If you’ve seen some dumbbell exercises, barbell rowing requires you to keep your hips stretched to complete these moves. When you are rowing, you must place the barbell on a flat back, which means that the barbell is on one side of the body, just below the knee. To prevent the waist from bending, you need to support the abdomen to keep your waist tight. Use the elbows to gently pull the barbell toward the torso.

3. Improve the hard pull
The bottleneck for lifting the hard pull is the initial lifting process of the barbell below the knee. The barbell rowing is mainly at this interval (below the knee).

Most people get stuck under the knee when they are hard to pull, mainly because they use too much weight on the barbell or lack the backbone and core strength of the stable position. They finally do this by arching the back and making them face The back problem.

Rowing with a barbell will also enhance the deadlift technique and ensure proper posture during loading to prevent excessive waist bending. Therefore, it not only protects your spine, but also makes you a stronger rib.

Backhand barbell rowing also provides great biceps
Do you want a bigger arm? The backhand grip of the barbell rowing biceps gives a lot of stimulation, even much higher than many biceps exercises for some isolated fitness exercises. As a result, many people have moderate weight and high-frequency fitness training can stimulate the biceps. Of course, changing body remodeling is important for rapid muscle fiber growth and thickening of the biceps. In short, rowing with a backhand barbell is very effective for your biceps.

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