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The Disadvantage Is An Advantage

A man using the Pendulum 3 Way Row

Most barbell rows, seated rows, dumbbell row exercises allow you to push with your legs, which helps accelerate the weight as your elbow flexes and shoulder extends. The Pendulum 3-Way Row was designed to address the issue of the lower body participating in the movement. On the Pendulum Row the athlete leans forward with their upper torso on the machine’s pad and feet behind them. This position limits much of the additional leverage that can be used and maximizes the ability of the lifter to stress and develop the upper and mid back.   

On the front of the machine is S.E.T. (set extension technology), S.E.T. allows the range of motion to be changed for varying limb lengths making sure the tallest and shortest of athletes all fit effectively.

Feet behind on the Pendulum 3-Way Row
Feet behind on the Pendulum 3-Way Row


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