Upper Body Rows
A lot of people think that rowing mainly works their arms, so they’re surprised to find out it’s mostly a leg workout, says Garrett Roberts, an instructor at GoRow Training Studios in Hoboken, New Jersey. To target your upper body, pull without driving back with your legs. Start by sitting up in the seat and with your body bent forward slightly at the waist. Then, pull the handle to your chest and lean back so that your body forms a 45-degree angle with the rail. Return to the starting position, being careful not to round your back when you release the handle forward.
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