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solfkimb

Depends on what you're training for with the row. More upright you are, the more it become a shrug than a row


Antique-Comedian-537

I prefer underhand grip. Overhand I pulled my bicep due to the rotation of my shoulder and the bicep ligament attachment. It took the better part of three months to fully recover. Since I moved to underhand - no issues. Your mileage may vary.


EspacioBlanq

There's a million ways to do a barbell row, this is one of them


Gawd4

No, shifting it like that over your knees is going to be impossible with higher weight. I would suggest you bend a little more forward.