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Worst Mistake When Performing The Bent-Over Row.

Learn How To Avoid Injuries While Maximizing Growth!

Posted by Scott_Herman - March 24th, 2015

The difference between a successful lift and injuring yourself is a very fine line for some exercises, especially as you begin to lift heavier.


The Bent-Over Row is not only one of the most commonly abused exercises in terms of using momentum / hip thrust to complete the lift, but you're also putting a lot of unnecessary pressure on your lower back if you don't have a proper stance.


In this video I will show you an easy tip to eliminate pressure in your lower back which as an added benefit will eliminate "hip thrusting" as well. #HTH #SHFAthlete #ProjectGains



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jcgadfly
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This has definitely forced me to pay attention to my hip hinge.

Brolle81
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Nice video ! Will for sure look into my own for next week when doing bent over rows again .

Whisper
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Another good video would be the difference between underhand/overhand barbell row, the pendlay row and the T-bar row!

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Well...it's not like the list is that big...one more video can't hurt... lol

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omg..the Scott Herman has read and answered my comment! What an exciting time to be alive! Big fan btw!

Scott_Herman
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I was surprised to see how many people this video helped.  Made me feel good