THE SUSPENSION-INVERTED ROW IS A MULTIJOINT UPPER-BODY EXERCISE THAT CAN INCREASE SHOULDER GIRDLE AND LUMBAR SPINE STABILITY, UPPER-BODY STRENGTH, AND PERFORMANCE OF ACTIVITES REQUIRING HIGH LEVELS OF STRENGTH. IT IS A VARIATION OF THE INVERTED ROW WITH A BAR AND IT CAN BE PROGRESSED, REGRESSED, AND PERFORMED THROUGHOUT A TRAINING YEAR. THIS ARTICLE PROVIDES A DETAILED DESCRIPTION AND FIGURES OF THE PROPER EXERCISE TECHNIQUE FOR A SUSPENSION-INVERTED ROW. FOR A VIDEO ABSTRACT OF THIS ARTICLE, SEE SUPPLEMENTAL DIGITAL CONTENT 1 (SEE VIDEO, http://links.lww.com/SCJ/A191).
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Peter Ronaiis a clinical associate professor of exercise science in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Science at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield Connecticut.
Eric Scibekis a clinical assistant professor of exercise science in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Science at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield Connecticut.