Cable rowing

Cable rowing exercises are functional, mimicking movement in sport and everyday life. These exercises also improve core-strength, stability and balance.

The cable rowing exercises also strengthen the posterior core, the posterior oblique sling and the deep longitudinal sling. The posterior oblique sling and the posterior longitudinal sling dynamically stabilise the sacro-iliac joint and transfer forces from the ground to the upper body.

  • Staggered stance, one-arm low row

    The staggered stance, one-arm low row is a beginner upper body exercise. Pulling the handle from a low position places a higher demand on the core to maintain proper form.

  • Staggered stance, one-arm row

    The staggered stance, one-arm row is a beginner exercise to enhance upper body pulling strength, balance and core stability.