Dumbbell Rows : To develop each side of the upper back muscles
1) Grasp a
dumbbell in each hand, bend your knees slightly, then bend forward from
the waist, keeping your head up and your back straight.
2) Let the
weights hang at arm's length below the shoulders when performing bent
over dumbbell rows.
Simultaneously lift both dumbbell up as far as possible to your sides,
holding your upper body steady to avoid involving the lower back muscles
(the weights should come up to your sides, not your chest, in order to
keep biceps involvement to a minimum.
4) Lower the
dumbbell again, slowly.
You can still
work heavy and give your back muscles a good workout using dumbbells,
but by using them you force each side of the body to work up to its own
capacity, rather than running the risk of having the stronger side help
out the weaker one. This is a good weak point exercise for anyone
lacking upper back muscles symmetry.
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