Single-arm band low row

The single-arm band low row is a single-arm row variation utilizing a band for resistance that is anchored low. It targets the muscles of the middle back, like the lats (latissimus dorsi) and rhomboids, but also the core. It is usually performed for moderate to high reps, at least 8-15 reps per set, in the later stages of a back or upper-body workout.


  1. Allows natural rotation of the hand
  2. Single-arm rows allow you to really feel the lats working
  3. Works the stabilizing muscles in the core when done with heavy resistance or high reps
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Single-arm band low row muscle diagram