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Seated Cable Rows Guide

  1. Exercise Type: Compound - engages and works multiple muscle groups at the same time.
  2. Targeted Muscle Groups:
    • primary: upper back
    • secondary: lower back
    • tertiary: trapezius, biceps, forearm
    • quaternary: abs, obliques, shoulder stabilizers

How to perform?

Seated Cable Rows is a compound exercise that works on several muscle groups simultaneously, primarily targeting the latissimus dorsi (lats) and the middle and lower back muscles. The biceps, traps, and forearms are also engaged as secondary muscle groups. In addition, the exercise requires the activation of stabilizing muscles in the upper and lower back, shoulders, and core, which makes it a comprehensive exercise for the upper body.


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