Seated Cable Rows - Upper Body Strength Exercise

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Seated Cable Rows - Upper Body Strength Exercise

This page will teach you how to do Seated Cable Rows. This exercise will improve your upper body strength and thus will help you to generate stronger punches and grappling techniques. This exercise works on many of your back muscles (such as your trapezius and lat muscles). It also helps to develop the strength in your biceps, forearms and shoulders.

All stretches and exercises should be supervised by a trained martial arts instructor to ensure the proper technique is being utilized and to avoid potential injuries. For additional exercises, please visit the main Upper Body Exercises or Physical Fitness sections.

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