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“Move of the Week” to build a phenomenal Core: Front Shoulder Rowing with Balance

Sep 03, 2012 - 0 comments
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Upper back Core: Lunges with Front Row
A: Start in a lunge—right leg back, left leg bent with knee over your toe—hold two weights in front of you at the waist level. Before starting you should feel some challenge.


Front Shoulders Rowing and Balance

B: Push off with your right toe and raise your right leg until your thigh is bent to the side while simultaneously bending your elbows toward your body in a rowing motion. You will feel muscle tension in your upper, middle back, core and hip. Return to starting position. Repeat 15 times, then switch legs. This is one set.

beginners do 2 sets with 5 lbs

Advanced and Athletes can use 10-15lbs and do 4 sets

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