Before we get into today’s tutorial, I’m proud to announce that my latest book, Your Workout Perfected won an OriGym Award for Best Books for Personal Trainers (2019).
The 19 books on this list got the most votes by the OriGym students and alumni from their Level 2 and Level 3 Personal Trainer courses when they were asked to recommend the best personal training books that they’d come across.
Also, I’ll be in Sheffield, England on February 23-24, 2019 teaching my 2-Day Strength Training for Fat Loss and Conditioning course at Sheffield Hallam University.
Tickets have been selling fast, and this is then first time I’ve announced it here on my website. So, make sure to get your seat now HERE!
Now, lets talk some shop about banded back rows.
In this short video I show you why I don’t perform banded one-arm dumbbell rows in the same manner I see many other trainers doing them. And, I also demonstrated a smarter way to do banded dumbbell rows to get more of what you want.
As you can see after watching the video, the variation I show involves the band anchored roughly above your working shoulder (instead of being anchored low), and the band is placed just below your elbow joint (instead of around your wrist).
Now, you could certainly use a traditional superband to perform banded one-arm rows in the smarter way I demonstrated in the above video. However, it’s for purposes like this why I designed my NT Loops to be the best bands on the market for because they’re far more comfortable and stable when placed around your extremities or waist and hips.
The NT Loop sale pricing ends Christmas Day at Midnight.
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