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    Anyone ever do this exercise for rear delts?

    Anyone ever do this exercise for rear delts?

    http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/...arDeltRow.html

    What results did you have?

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    it is not a free weight, imo, not much results. it is the same movement as the b.b. row. which is by far superior.

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    Try rear delt flyes, they are essentially the same as chest flye's just in the opposite direction.

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    yeah, free weights are best. it's pretty much just a seated rowing motion, you can get from bb rows or 1 arm rows. it will probably give you the same results as bent over lateral raises

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    Quote Originally Posted by se11
    yeah, free weights are best. it's pretty much just a seated rowing motion, you can get from bb rows or 1 arm rows. it will probably give you the same results as bent over lateral raises
    One arm row targets the lower lats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMike J
    One arm row targets the lower lats.
    Exactly.... nothing ties the waist line in better than this.

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    Never did it, like free weights over any machine

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    Bent-over lateral raises. Excellent core exercise, and it activates more rotator cuff muscles than internal/external rotation exercises!!

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    The problem I see in the video is he is using to narrow grip(short bar). Better isolation wide grip which will also hit the traps. BUT I agree bb rows are superior like others said.

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    My doctor recomended BB rows with a slight bend to help me out with the rear shoulder problems I had. I never did them. Just strict bent over BB rows. I'm recoverd now from the rear delts/rotator cuff injury.

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    Rear delts some type of reverse rear lateral raises. If you use the bb row there are a few key points to remember if trying to better target the posterior (rear) delt. 1. use overhand grip 2. slightly wider grip 3. raise the bar up higher like the upper pec region instead of the belly area. If you practice this you can see that it hits the rear delts with the elbows out more.

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