What are the benefits of bent-over rows?
The bent over row is a multi-jointed exercise that recruits several different muscles. It improves strength in the upper and lower back, glutes, hamstrings, lats, and shoulders.
What muscles does bent over row hit?
Primary muscles used for bent-over row :
- Latissimus Dorsi.
- Trapezius muscles.
- Posterior deltoids.
What muscles do rows target?
Which muscles do seated rows use?
- latissimus dorsi (middle back)
- rhomboids (between shoulder blades)
- trapezius (neck, shoulders, and upper back)
- biceps brachii (front of upper arm)
What muscles do dumbbell rows target?
Dumbbell rows put special emphasis on your back muscles, including the latissimus dorsi, posterior deltoids, teres major, trapezius, and rhomboids.
What muscles do the shrugs target?
The main muscles that shoulder shrugs target are the trapezius muscles. These muscles are located on either side of your neck. They control the movement of your shoulder blades as well as your upper back and neck.
What are lats muscles?
The latissimus dorsi is a large, flat muscle covering the width of the middle and lower back. It connects the bone of the upper arm to the spine and the hip. This muscle is often referred to as the lats.