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    My Form on bent over barbell rows absolutely sucks..

    i've resorted to using the ground base hammer machine bc i feel totally ackward using bars.

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    Yes?


    Quote Originally Posted by mdd
    i've resorted to using the ground base hammer machine bc i feel totally ackward using bars.

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    lol, just venting some frusteration after the gym

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    ahhh gotcha.

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    try going lighter and pulling with your back. Hold it at the top for 2-3 secs and get a good squeeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigol'legs
    try going lighter and pulling with your back. Hold it at the top for 2-3 secs and get a good squeeze.
    Leave it to Big O Legs to reply to a thread having to do with a male bending over....bwa ha ha ha ha ha....gotcha....lol

    You could also switch to bent over dbell rows.....
    Last edited by talon; 09-04-2003 at 01:49 AM.

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    practice bro. bent over rows are a bitch to get down (or they were for me at least), but practice makes perfect you know...

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    I had a hard time with these also, especially when you start putting some weight on it. Keep at it, you'll get used to it.

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    Are T-Bar rows an acceptable substitute for bent over barbell rows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hybrid
    Are T-Bar rows an acceptable substitute for bent over barbell rows?
    Try using the smith machine to get the form down and ur back correct....

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