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Old 05-17-2012, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default How to Perform Kroc Rows

T NATION | Kroc Rows 101

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Ensure a full range of motion by fully extending the shoulder at the bottom of the movement and really pulling it up and back at the top.

Your shoulders should be kept higher than your hips and your upper back should be at approximately a 15-degree angle to the floor.

Row the dumbbell in a straight line from directly below your chest up to the lower portion of your rib cage.

You can perform Kroc rows with one hand and one knee on a flat bench or standing with your non-rowing hand braced on something solid.

Rotate between performing Kroc rows with and without straps to reap the most benefit from the movement.

After two to three warm up sets, go balls out for one max set attempting to hit either a weight or rep PR and shooting for at least 20 reps per set.

Perform Kroc rows with as much weight as possible and strive to go to complete muscular failure on the final set.
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