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    pendlay rows vs bent barbells rows


    Are they the same thing? Or is the touching in the ground the difference? Which one works better if you've tried both, I've just done barbell rows.
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    Row are pulled to navel, pendaly are pulled to chest
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    Quote Originally Posted by bboyflash
    Row are pulled to navel, pendaly are pulled to chest
    Wouldn't that just work the rear delts?
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    You get more shoulder extender recruitment (lats) out of regular barbell rows to navel, especially using an underhand grip and 1/2 bent over.

    You get more scap retractors (traps, rhomboids, rear delts a little) out of wider grip rows to chest, especially when flexed to 90 degrees at hip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED
    You get more shoulder extender recruitment (lats) out of regular barbell rows to navel, especially using an underhand grip and 1/2 bent over.

    You get more scap retractors (traps, rhomboids, rear delts a little) out of wider grip rows to chest, especially when flexed to 90 degrees at hip.
    Thanks, barbell rows are gonna be my choice then ...now wheter to do them supinated like you say or pronated... Hehe
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    They both have a place as Pendlay rows are meant to be done with speed, which really helps with fiber recruitment for bench. However, BB rows have more TUT and are a better mass builder.
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    [QUOTE=Santee;3074625]Wouldn't that just work the rear delts?[/QUOd

    Depends on grip width and if you tuck in or flare out your elbows...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    They both have a place as Pendlay rows are meant to be done with speed, which really helps with fiber recruitment for bench. However, BB rows have more TUT and are a better mass builder.
    Couldn't have said it better myself. Props to you Rodja, you are the training masta!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    They both have a place as Pendlay rows are meant to be done with speed, which really helps with fiber recruitment for bench. However, BB rows have more TUT and are a better mass builder.
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