The row is a horizontal pull. It's one of the 7 basic human movement patterns (the others being horizontal push, vertical pull and push, deadlift, squat and rotation). It can and should be performed many ways throughout your training regimen.
In phase 1 the row should be performed with a stability implement.
The row in phase 2 is performed in a superset.
The row in phase 3 is performed in a superset.
I don't do rows in phase 4.
Phase 4 is strictly olympic style lifts such as the snatch, clean & jerk, snatch balances, deadlifts and squats.
In phase 5 we superset a traditional strength exercise (a heavy load) with a power phase exercise (with a light load performed as fast as possible).
Below is a series of exercises that will help correct Upper Cross Syndrome.
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