Suspended Inverted Row

The suspended inverted row increases strength in the back, biceps, forearms, and shoulders. Performing the exercise suspended allows for varying degrees of difficulty based on strength levels.


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    Attach the TRX securely to a bar. Grab the handles so your palms are facing away from you. Walk out so that your knees form a 90-degree angle and your arms are fully extended in front of you. This is your starting position.
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    Brace your core and drive your elbows back as you lift your body to the handles. Pause when your chest is a few inches away from the handles and your body is at a 45-degree angle to the floor. Lower the body back to the starting position.

Trainer’s Tips

  • Be sure to finish the row by bringing your shoulder blades together.
  • Do not stop the movement before your arms are bent at least 90-degrees.
  • Don't let your back sag or body lose alignment. Be mindful of proper posture.