How To: Dumbbell Bent-Over Row (Single-Arm)

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25 thoughts on “How To: Dumbbell Bent-Over Row (Single-Arm)”

  1. He obviously can do this exercise (and many others) without doing the
    breathing sound, so why does he do it? It’s quite annoying. And please
    don’t say “he can do whatever he wants”, because no he can’t, if he goes to
    a public gym.

  2. what is better dumbbel or barbell version of this? I would chose dumbbel
    but please explain your motives if you think differently

  3. thanks for demonstrating proper form

    I think its funny when you see people in the gym with their Ego’s

    example: A guy has his friend record him rowing a 100lb dumbbell,
    as he swings is waist, back, hips, shoulder…… barely getting it up, and
    the time of muscle under tension is barely 2.5 seconds.

    Control the weight, don’t let the weight control you.

  4. I had a serious gay moment then the camera man moved over behind him to run
    his gaze lovingly up and down his back.

  5. Colin Van Der Woude

    man I love your videos I always seek them out – good strong informative
    stuff
    cheers it helps to have no nonsense pure technique fact no clowning and
    amateurs

  6. MysticNesslyVer2

    I don’t know WHAT it is, but I feel like I can never get the form for
    this exercise down as he’s showing

  7. hi! at my gym they say that u should arch your back while doing this
    exercise. i am very confused. should u arch ur back or keep it in a
    straight line with ur neck?

  8. I have a hard time feeling my middle back while doing this exercise. I
    feel it in the lats but it’s also supposed to work the middle back I
    thought. 

  9. Yea, you want to go back to a neutral position. A tip I learned (which he
    mentions) is pinching at the top. Remembering to do this will help you
    keep form. Too much weight can also diminish form as you do more reps and
    cause people to start using momentum (which is when it feels like you are
    doing it wrong).

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