Overhand Grip Rows Will Give you Muscle Balance
Muscle Imbalance is a problem many men and women have. They are targeting one muscle and make it incredible but they are forgetting about others; leaving their body symmetry out of balance and thus not giving them the look they truly wanted.
The good news is we have found an article for you that can help with fixing one of the most common strength imbalances known.
It is from Men’s Health and its author, Ali Eaves, goes on to tell us:
If you always row with a neutral grip, try an overhand grip next time.
You’ll probably notice that it’s a lot harder: Most guys are weaker in this position, says Men’s Health Fitness Director BJ Gaddour, C.S.C.S.
That’s partly because overhand-grip rows zero in on your rear deltoids—which tends to lag behind your lateral and front delts, Gaddour says.
Fix the strength imbalance with the overhand chest-supported row, which Gaddour demonstrates in the video above. It will improve your performance in all pushing and pulling exercises.