Mobility Band Seated Row

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Equipment Needs for Mobility Band Seated Row:

  • 2 Mobility bands

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Mobility Band Seated Row

The first thing you need to do is select a mobility band that will provide adequate resistance as your primary mobility band. Second, select a smaller band as a "handle". Now that you have chosen your mobility bands, sit on the ground. Now place the primary mobility band around your feet so that when you pull it towards your body it will be pulling on the bottoms of your feet. Keep both loops of the primary band up by your shins. Next loop the "handle" mobility band in half and thread it through the primary mobility band by your shins. This provides you with 2 handles to pull with, while the primary mobility band is now pulling against the bottom of your feet. Grab the loops of the handle band and perform the seated row

Here are a few things to keep in mind while doing this exercise:

  • The band is best positioned across the middle/bottom of your feet to prevent any movement of the band while performing the exercise. 
  • Be intentional that you pinch your shoulder blades together as you pull the bands to your abdomen. 
  • You can put a wooden dowel through the band loops (where your hands go) to create a bar you can pull.

    That's all there is to it! Next time you want to do rows give this Home Gym Hack a try!

     

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