Thread: Inverted Rows
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:57 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Fire36 View Post
OK maybe I'm not doing them right at all. I'm doing an "inverted row" with my feet on a bench and a barbell in the rack ( squat or power depending on where i am at, fire station or gym), basically i'm at a 45 degree angle and pulling my body weight up as many reps as I can for 3 sets. So its 3 x BW to faliure.

I may be way off track but that is what I understood this exercise to be.
I understand what you mean now.

I'm not an expert on bodyweight style training, but I wonder if slow negative - possible weighted - inverted rows would help...
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