Seated Back Row (High) With Resistance Bands

Resistance Band Seated Back High Row

An excellent exercise to work our lats with resistance bands.
Anchor the band at the top of the door. Facing the door, grip a handle in each hand and sit close to the door, with your knees bent and toes touching the door. Keep your back and head straight, your chest up, and shoulders forward. Your arms should be straight and pointed up towards the door anchor. Lean back until your upper body is making a 45-degree angle with the floor.
Exhale, gently contract your lats, squeeze your shoulder blades together, and pull the handles back until your hands are right below your chest.
Inhale and gently return to the starting position. Repeat.

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6 thoughts on “Seated Back Row (High) With Resistance Bands”

  1. Chape,
    Do you think I could do this exercise at the gym using the cables, instead of the resistance bands? this gave me a new idea and I want to make sure I won’t look too dumb doing it! haha


      1. Place feet in a higher position to hold the weight, okay, got it! I will remember to do that today for my workout, thankfully today is upper body workout for me.
        I am happy I can do this one using cables, I need to invest into resistance bands though, they come handy many times. Thanks Chape,

        Shay-lon xxxx

      2. Chape,
        Just finished up at the gym and did the workout you had me try with the cables instead of the bands, and it worked out well. I actually lifted more weight than I had anticipated on. I enjoyed this workout greatly, and plan on implementing more often in my workouts. Thank you.


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