Welcome to Chase N’ Weights, where we take a look at a lift that you didn’t do (because you’re reading this).
This time we’ll tackle a TRX Band variation: an Inverted Row with Pushdown. The target muscle group here is the lats, delts, and tris.
The TRX Row isn’t too unusual of a move, but the nifty part is the pushdown at the end. This is a great alternative for people who can’t do bodyweight dips. And, if you are able to do bodyweight dips, this is still a nice option if your shoulders are ever acting up. Less strain, but still a great amount of muscle engagement that you control.
Give it a try and let us know what you think!
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#fridayfun in the gym today Video-Trap Bar Deadlift @ 420×3 Video-Inverted Row with a push down at the end (this lit up my rear delt and triceps) Landmine laying down chest fly ( wasn't great, but definitely felt it at the bottom off each rep) Low lateral leap holding the landmine ( felt ok, but don't know if it would serve the purpose for my baseball players) Reverse band pull ups ( band was attached to a band and was resisting my pull up) Video- Banded single arm Dumbbell row ( this worked like a charm, really a lot done in a few sets) #safetysquatcurls of course Pics with my workout partner #ACE