Today's workout calls for a handful of heavy rowing variations to help you build serious size and strength. The exercise lineup includes dead-stop rows, which are great because you can't use any momentum to move the weight.
Every time you complete a rep of dead-stop rows, let the barbell come to a complete stop before rowing it again. Because you can't use any natural momentum or swing, you may have to use a weight that's slightly lighter than you're accustomed to. Don't worry about that! Activate your lats and traps as you pull the weight from the ground, and try to remember that your arms should only act as levers—they're not what's moving the load.