Barbell rear delt bent-over row

The barbell rear delt bent-over row is a movement used to target the shoulders as well as the upper-back muscles. It is performed with lighter weights than a traditional barbell bent-over row, and is usually performed for higher reps, such as 8-15 reps per set, as part of a back or upper-body workout.

Benefits

  1. Wide elbow positioning targets the rear delts, traps, and upper back
  2. Can be performed with a Smith machine, T-bar row, or pulley with wide-grip attachment
  3. Teaches proper ab bracing and maintains positioning of the spine
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