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Israel Lagares, of *******www.fatmanunleashed**** demonstrates how to perform a proper single arm Dumbbell Row. In this example he uses a 50 lb dumbbell, notice how you keep your arm next to your body...
24 May 2008
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Maximuscle shows you how to do a Dumbbell Row: Stand next to the bench with one leg kneeling on it, bent over supporting your balance with your arm, holding the dumbbell in the opposite arm. Keep you back flat, your head level and your elbow tucked in. Lower the dumbbell and back up again
14 Oct 2009
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Maximuscle shows you how to do a dumbbell row: Stand next to the bench with one leg kneeling on it, bent over supporting your balance with your arm, holding the dumbbell in the opposite arm. Keep you back flat, your head level and your elbow tucked in. Lower the dumbbell, knuckles to the floor, and back up again, elbow towards the ceiling
2 Nov 2009
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Step by Step instructions explaining how to perform Renegade Dumbbell Rows, a great exercise to include in your workouts for developing firm abs.
11 Sep 2008
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*******AskTheTrainer**** Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS There are many ways to perform dumbbell rows. The most functional way is to have a wide base leg. If you are rowing with your right arm, your left knee would be on the bench, and your right leg should be out about a foot to a foot and a half. Always keep the base leg slightly bent, this ensures you will not compensate solely with your lower back. You can have a slight torso rotation while you lift the dumbbell. This is functional like many pulling activities. You can also perform the dumbbell row as a strict isolation exercise. You could also perform without the bench. San Francisco Personal Training
1 Dec 2009
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In this video, Anthony Alayon shows you how to perform one arm dumbbell rows. For more fat attacking workouts, visit *******www.fatextinction****
6 Jan 2010
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*******www.popularfitness****/sixpackabs.html Lose the belly fat. Get tight, toned stomach. Full body exercise that works your lats and your core including your abdominals. It also requires arm strength and balance to help you stabilize your body to perform this exercise.
23 Feb 2011
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*******JohnSifferman**** These upper body exercises are dumbbell row, medicine ball row, sandbag row, kettlebell row, barbell row, band row, and bodyweight rows on gymnastic rings. Try out these upper body exercises if you want to develop your upper back
16 Feb 2009
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*******www.LeeHayward****/dvd This is a complete back workout that hits the entire back from top to bottom. I start off with good mornings to really work the spinal erectors, then db rows to work the lats, hammer strength rows, pull ups, and then abs.
2 Feb 2010
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*******www.LeeHayward**** *******www.AnabolicCooking**** Part 2 of our back challenge workout. Big 245 lb. Luke, 230 lb. Dave Ruel, and myself the little man of the group at just 207 lb. We each push each other to max out each exercise!
23 Apr 2010
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*******www.squidoo****/best-ab-workout The 3 Best Abdominal Exercises that Are Not Traditional Ab Exercises by Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer Instead of the typical ab routines that we see so often with crunches, situps, leg lifts, etc... I like to give my readers better options for metabolism-boosting high intensity workouts that work their entire body while also working their abs... thus building rock hard abs & core, but also creating a much better fat-burning workout than a typical ab workout. I'm going to show you an example today of one of my favorite "ab workouts" that doesn't include any direct "ab exercises" at all. It's in a tri-set format (similar to a super-set but alternating between 3 exercises). Here goes: 1a. Renegade Dumbbell Rows 1b. Front Squats with Barbell 1c. Mountain Climbers on Floor A good rep scheme to use with this could be 3-4 sets of 8 reps for each exercise, or more sets for less reps, such as 5 sets of 5 reps of each exercise. Mountain climbers can be done for a time interval (such as 30 seconds) instead of "reps". Exercise Pics & Descriptions: Renegade dumbbell rows are done starting in a pushup position with the hands on 2 dumbbells. You then row one dumbbell up while stabilizing your body with the other arm. Bring the dumbbell back to the ground and alternate the rowing arm while stabilizing with the opposite arm. This stabilizing effect during the rows creates incredible work for your entire midsection core area. Trust me... you'll feel it in the abs! renegade rows start position for solid core renegade rows - great ab & core exercise Renegade Rows shown above Front squats are done similar to back squats, however with the barbell in front of your body on the front of your shoulders instead of resting on the upper back as in back squats. You stabilize the barbell on your shoulders by crossing your arms and pushing your fists into the bar against your shoulders while keeping your elbows out in front of the body. This takes a little practice at first, so you will want to seek a professional trainer at your gym to help you with the form. Front squats require extreme stabilization strength from the abs due to the barbell weight being shifted to the front of the body instead of the back. Even though this is mostly a leg exercise, you'll feel this one in the abs big time! front squats start position for rock hard abs front squats - surprisingly good abdominal exercise Front squats shown above Mountain climbers are done by starting in a pushup position and then shuffling your feet in and out so that your knees are moving in under your chest and then back out to starting position. It sort of resembles climbing a mountain but flat on the floor. If you want an advanced version, you can also shuffle your hands 8-10 inches forward and backward in addition to the leg movements. This really makes it a full body exercise and MUCH more difficult than standard mountain climbers. mountain climbers ab exercise start mountain climbers - great ab exercise Mountain Climbers shown above After finishing each exercise, rest about 30 seconds before starting the next exercise. Rest about 1-2 minutes after completing each "tri-set" before repeating. This will give you one of the best ab workouts you've ever had without even doing any direct ab exercises. You'll see what I mean after you try it! best ab exercises manual. This is just a sampling of some of the killer ideas you'll discover in my internationally best-selling ebook program, The Truth about Six Pack Abs, currently the #1 most popular abs program on the internet (as ranked by clickbank****) with 10's of thousands of users in over 150 countries. If you don't already have a copy be sure to pick one up today... *******www.squidoo****/best-ab-workout Not only will you receive a complete blue-print for challenging full-body workouts that will thoroughly define your entire body in addition to your abs (can be adjusted to beginners or advanced levels), but you'll also gain a thorough understanding of what types of nutritional strategies and other lifestyle aspects that it takes to reduce your belly fat to the level where your abs are visible. Check out what other users are saying about their results with the Truth about Six Pack Abs program *******www.squidoo****/best-ab-workout Don't be lazy... Be lean.
11 Apr 2010
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push-ups are a good exercise to work your chest but you can add in a light dumbbell row to really work your core to the extreme while you get your chest and back. This is not a mass building or strengthening exercise. If you are looking to functionally train your core or just try something new this a fun and challenging exercise to choose. Remember, if you are a man or woman, child or adult, your exercise program must include exercises such as squats, dead lifts, bench presses, pull-ups lat pulls, military presses, etc. to be successful. Exercises such as this are supplementary and are best used sparingly. also; In order to change your body intensity is the most important variable to monitor in your weight training program. Intensity is how high the weight you are lifting is to your 1RM. Make sure you use periodization and you will not plateau and achieve your fitness, strength and body composition goals.
3 Oct 2009
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