Rear Foot Elevated 1-arm Low Cable Row
Exercise of the week: Rear Foot Elevated 1-arm Low Cable Row
Written on August 22, 2019 at 10:54 am, via Eric Cressey
This week’s workout of the week includes a new spin on an previous favourite of ours. By raising the rear foot, you’ll be able to get extra weight shift into the entrance hip on split-stance low cable rows.
In each pitchers and hitters athletes, we’re continuously searching for higher techniques to show entrance hip pull-back – and that is an excellent workout for feeling the concerned musculature. If you need to peer this in motion, take a look at the 29-30 2nd mark on this video of Zach Greinke:
I used to be shocked at how heavy we’ve been ready to move in this workout, as I anticipated a large drop off in resistance applied as a result of the balancing part that’s concerned. In athletes with some single-leg talent, regardless that, the rear-foot increased 1-arm low cable row is an excellent development.
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