What’s a standing row?
What Are Upright Rows? Also known as standing rows, upright rows are an upper body exercise. To do an upright row, you hold either dumbbells or a barbell with weights at the ends in your hands in an overhand grip.
What muscles do standing cable rows work?
Cable upright rows are an effective upper-body exercise designed to work muscle groups throughout your arms, shoulders, and upper back. Some of the muscles targeted by the cable upright row include your biceps, triceps, anterior deltoids (front delts), lateral deltoids (side delts), and trapezius muscles.
What muscles do standing low rows work?
This exercise works the lattisimus dorsi (back) muscle. Puts more emphasis on the lower insertion and outer region of the lats. Also works the biceps and rear head of the deltoids (shoulders).