Upright Row Using Hyperextension

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The upright row is a load work that is held up to the bone by holding it with an overhand grip. It is often a joint exercise involving the trapezius, deltoids, and the upright muscles of the muscles. Additional muscle trapezius muscles are used against deltoids in narrow grips.

Barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells or a cable machine will be used.

1. Sit on the glideboard and hold the handles down higher than your ankles, arms and legs extended, palms facing down.
2. Slide the glideboard up by propulsion the handles up towards your shoulders whereas raising your back and permit yourself backpedal when a brief pause.
3. Breathe out whereas raising yourself and breathe whereas lowering yourself back.

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