One Arm Standing Cable High Row

The one arm standing cable high row is a great exercise for working strength, flexibility, balance, and posture.  This is not a mass building exercise, but a functional exercise.  This kind of exercise will help you everyday to live a better life.

Standing cable high row

Primary Muscles Used

High Row Muscles Used

Standing Cable High Row Instructions

  • For this exercise set the cable setting at the highest position, and attach the single grip handle.
  1. Grab the handle and step back a few steps away from the machine.
  2. Adjust your grip to a neutral grip, palm facing towards your centerline.
  3. Tighten your stomach and keep it tight during the full motion.
  4. Keep you knees bent slightly and pull the handle back and down squeezing your shoulder blade towards your center line and down.
  5. Let your arm come back up and allow a stretch in your back and shoulder.
  6. Repeat.
Single Arm High Cable Row Demonstration

Tim's list of benefits for the One Arm Standing Cable High Row

  • When you are doing the one arm standing cable high row your body is being pulled unevenly, to counteract this pull you must tighten your core, this works the abdominals more than with most exercises.
  • This exercise requires balance and by doing it you are bettering your balance.
  • The one arm row allows for great stretch and flexibility in your upper back.
  • This is a functional exercise and helps in daily life.
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