The Alternating Row exercise works your shoulders, back, biceps, and abs.
-Here we have the Bent-Over Alternating Dumbbell Row for Lats. So the position is gonna be the feet are about hip width apart. The knees are slightly bent. You want to have your torso be the parallel or slightly above parallel. Make sure you keep a good spinal alignment. So, the head should be in line with the spine and a slight curve in the lower back. The arms are held down directly underneath the shoulders and totally extended. From there, you're going to row the dumbbell back towards your hip, up on a 1 count, and then down on a 3 count. And then you switch sides. Up on a 1, down, 3, 2, 1, just like that. You keep alternating.
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