The Suspension Inverted Row
The suspension-inverted row is a multijoint upper-body exercise that can increase shoulder girdle and lumbar spine stability, upper-body strength, and performance of activities requiring high levels of strength. it is a variation of the inverted row with a bar and it can be progressed, regressed, and performed throughout a training year. This article provides a detailed description and figures of the proper exercise technique for a suspension-inverted row.
Ronai, P., Scibek, E. (2016). The suspension inverted row. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 38(4), 106-112. doi:10.1519/SSC.0000000000000226
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