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Upright Rows

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Grab a barbell with a shoulder width overhand (palms down) grip. Stand straight up with the barbell in front of your thighs. Raise the barbell straight upwards keeping it close to your body, until it reaches mid-chest height, then lower the barbell back down to the starting position. While raising the barbell, your elbows should move up and out to your sides. Your elbows must stay higher than the barbell at all times.

Upright Rows Exercise Information
Muscle Group: Shoulders
Secondary Muscles: Traps and Biceps
Movement Group: Compound Exercise
Required Equipment: Barbell

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