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Old 01-29-2010, 10:39 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by RickB View Post
I agree with GL, I like feeling the contraction in my back especially on seated cable rows that a 1 arm DB row just won't produce. I imagine, I'm trying to break an egg placed in the center of my uppper back when doing cable rows. Makes for a nice upper back pump.
Thats exactly how I approach cable rows when I have used a cable in the past. I still strive for that center back contraction on BB rows as well.

Pulling my shoulder blades together at the top on BB rows is what sometimes limits how much weight, due to form issues I'll use. Other times I just try to move as much weight as possible and let my form get a bit loose.

There's a lot of links in the chain to doing Good BB rows. Keeping all those links at the same strength is hard.
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