Seated row with V grip attachment

This is an instructional video to correctly demonstrate Seated row with V grip attachment.

The content in this video is provided for general information purposes only and is not meant to replace a physiotherapy or medical consultation.

Step by Step

  1. This exercise works your Lats, posterior deltoids, biceps, middle and Lower Trapezius
  2. Like any exercise this should be pain free or shouldn’t increase existing pain levels, during, after and the next day.
  3. It is normal to feel some delayed onset muscle soreness between 48-72 hours but this should be manageable
  4. Adjust the weight on the stack first
  5. Next take hold of the V grip attachment with your hands, with your feet positioned on the foot plate with slightly flexed knees.
  6. Make sure that your back posture is straight and upright
  7. Allow the weight to pull your arms forwards as to slightly round your shoulders.
  8. Next push your chest upwards and out, creating a slight arch in your lower back. And pull through your elbows until you’re able to squeeze your lats at the back of the movement and your shoulder blades are together.
  9. The V grip attachment should be level with your abdomen.
  10. Finally slowly return the handle back to the starting position.
  11. For strengthening you should perform 6-10 reps to fatigue
  12. You should perform 3-5 sets with 3 minutes rests
  13. This session can be done 2-3 times per week
  14. For endurance you should perform 15-25 reps to fatigue
  15. You should perform 3-5 sets with no more than 30 second rests
  16. This session can be done 2-3 times per week

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