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Bent over Barbell Row into arm curl

A great way to get more efficient with your time at the gym, and challenge more major movement dynamics (in this case a row, partial deadlift, and an arm curl) is to "compound" traditional exercises together in a smooth transition! Here is a Barbell row into a standing arm curl. Be sure to control the position of your back by keeping it flat, loading the hips (kick your knees out as you descend to the ground, and as you stand up) and pinch your shoulder blades back as you perform the curl. This will ultimately stabilize your core and ground your whole body into a stable transition from row to arm curl!


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