What is close grip row target?
By keeping your arms low throughout a close row, the focus shifts toward the middle and low back and targets your latissimus dorsi, the major muscles of your back. While the close row requires the use of your shoulder muscles, the lats are responsible for extending the shoulder joint and do most of the work.
What muscles do cable rows target?
Works multiple muscle groups.
Seated cable rows increase upper-body strength by activating multiple muscle groups throughout the body, including back muscles like the latissimus dorsi in your middle back, the erector spinea muscles, the rhomboids in your upper back, and the lower trapezius.