Straight-Leg Deadlift to Row

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How to do the Straight-Leg Deadlift to Row:

Muscles Worked

Lats secondary Middle back secondary Lower back secondary Glutes secondary Hip flexors secondary Hamstrings primary Muscles diagram

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The straight-leg deadlift to row is a free weights and total body exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the lats, middle back, lower back, glutes, and hip flexors ...more

The straight-leg deadlift to row is a free weights and total body exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the lats, middle back, lower back, glutes, and hip flexors.

The only straight-leg deadlift to row equipment that you really need is the following: barbell. There are however many different straight-leg deadlift to row variations that you can try out that may require different types of straight-leg deadlift to row equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper straight-leg deadlift to row form is easy with the step by step straight-leg deadlift to row instructions, straight-leg deadlift to row tips, and the instructional straight-leg deadlift to row technique video on this page. The straight-leg deadlift to row is a pull exercise for those with a expert level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the straight-leg deadlift to row video, learn how to do the straight-leg deadlift to row, and then be sure and browse through the straight-leg deadlift to row workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Keep lower back straight and tight. Also, contracting your abs while doing this exercise will greatly help in preventing any back strain.
  2. Do not look down. Be sure to keep you gaze straightforward or slightly upwards.
  3. Keep elbows tucked in as much as possible when performing the row part. And for an extra burn hold the row at the top position with shoulder blades squeezed together as tight as possible

Variations

  1. Only for experienced lifters. Try this exercise on a stabilizer ball for a really intense workout.
  2. Use dumbbells instead of a barbell

Other Names

  • Stiff-legged Deadlift

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Tips

  1. Keep lower back straight and tight. Also, contracting your abs while doing this exercise will greatly help in preventing any back strain.
  2. Do not look down. Be sure to keep you gaze straightforward or slightly upwards.
  3. Keep elbows tucked in as much as possible when performing the row part. And for an extra burn hold the row at the top position with shoulder blades squeezed together as tight as possible

Variations

  1. Only for experienced lifters. Try this exercise on a stabilizer ball for a really intense workout.
  2. Use dumbbells instead of a barbell

Other Names

  • Stiff-legged Deadlift

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound