Renegade Dumbbell Rows Exercise
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How to do the renegade dumbbell rows exercise, a full body exercise, text description and my video demonstration.

This exercise provides you with a total body workout. Great if you don't have a lot of workout time or if you want to work out a group of muscles with just 1 exercise. It's primary focus are your back muscles - particularly the lats, but this exercise also works your abs, arms, glutes and legs. Plus, it will give you a good strength training and cardio workout. It's a very tough exercise because it requires both strength and balance for stability. When done properly, you will get a good workout of your core.

Method of Performance
  • Grab a couple of dumbbells and place them in front of you. You may want to start with no dumbbells at all or very light dumbbells to get the feel for this exercise and the required movement.
  • Arms will be shoulder width apart with your hands grasping your weights, palms facing inwards and your feet spread slightly apart, extended out and your head looking forward. This is your starting position. Make sure you are using your arms and feet for proper stabilization.
  • With your right had perform a lateral row and then bring the dumbbell back to the floor.
  • Do the same for the left side.
  • As you raise the dumbbell breathe out and breathe in as you bring the dumbbell back to the floor or starting position.
  • Do about 3 - 4 sets of 12 repetitions.




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