Star Trac Overhand Cable Row

The Star Trac overhand cable row allows you to get the benefits of using free weights and the stability of a machine, making it the best of both worlds.  This version allows you to work your upper and lower back, putting extra focus on your rear delts and rhomboids.

overhand cable row

Primary Muscles Used

overhand cable row Muscles Used

Overhand Cable Row Instructions

  1. Set the knee pads so when your arms are strait you have to lean forward to grab the handles.
  2. Grab the handles with an overhand grip, then sit up strait so there is tension in the cables.
  3. While keeping your stomach tight and back strait pull the handles back just outside your chest.
  4. Keep your elbows out to the side and imagine pulling with your elbows.
  5. Then slowly extend your arms back out in front of you.
  6. Repeat.
Star Trac overhand cable row

Tim's list of benefits for the Star Trac overhand cable row

  • The Star Trac overhand cable row allows for a free, natural motion of your arms, they are not limiting your bodies natural motion in any way.
  • You are seated and stable so this allows you to first stay safer, and second to maximize your output thus allowing you to build more strength.
  • This is another exercise that will help you overcome or prevent the hunched over look that todays societal and work demands cause.
  • The overhand grip allows for a little more focus on the rear delts, and helps build the V-taper.
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