How To: T-Bar Row



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  1. Monkey pirates / July 14, 2015

    I like t-bar rows except one time i hit myself in the balls with the bar

    • Nixon Chan / October 20, 2015

      +toon link lol! seriously, use a crotch guard, or use a heavier weight or
      doing it elevated

    • artistNexile / December 29, 2015

      +toon link that happened to me today which is why I’m here to see if I was
      doing it correct. I see that I was doing it right but I think because i’m
      short that’s my problem. The guy next to me saw what happened and offered
      me some advice. Told me that I should consider wearing underwear that hold
      everything up really close and also on the first few reps to go slow to
      gage the range of motion that will keep me from crushing my nuts.

    • Jeff Ibane / January 7, 2016

      +toon link wear a cup dude lol. I wear one for exercises like these. it
      will lessen the impact.

    • Kubanja Andrew / April 6, 2016

      you perhaps didn’t fully bend over coz the bells always hit my chest 1st
      leaving no possibility of the bar getting to my balls

  2. Aesthetic Medic / October 15, 2015

    Everytime I do this I hit my nuts, I don’t know if it’s because I’m tall
    but it sucks

    • Nixon Chan / October 20, 2015

      +Tren Boy use a crotch guard, or use a heavier weight or doing it elevated

  3. the DOS / November 10, 2015

    Good form. Instead of that handle and for those that have at home gyms,
    just use a rolled up towel. Good for grip too.

    • Mark Richardson / January 7, 2016

      i see many people standing up straighter doing these at my gym. Is that
      wrong as he says?? They are using heavier weights doing this.

    • Josh Quintero / January 23, 2016

      +the DOS Thanks for the idea. I was about to buy one of those handles.

    • Yosef Amaryahu / February 19, 2016

      +Mark Richardson
      yea i see in my gym too
      i mean hit the lower lats
      but there very little motion
      most of them lift with momentum
      rather than contracting the muscle and they wonder why they never grow!!!

  4. Posh Twat / November 14, 2015

    fucking lord. his videos are helpful , but everytime i see it all i can
    think of is that i better turn down the volume his he fucking loves to

    • Posh Twat / December 7, 2015

      +BR3w Zter coz im addicted to you.

  5. Hami Chahal / December 10, 2015

    T-row exercise is good for doggystyle

  6. jiN khan / January 8, 2016

    we made a hole on the corner of our gym for the long bar.

  7. Olek_Gannon / January 13, 2016

    never go heavy using this form it is only for isolation and light weight
    what’s funny is the form he said was wrong is the main one every pro use’s
    on heavy weight they will never put their back like that to get snapped up

    • WheyTooManyGainzz / March 3, 2016

      its actually good keeping a straight back

    • WheyTooManyGainzz / March 3, 2016

      meaning his form is fine

    • Nick S / March 5, 2016

      +DatProPubstomper straight back yes, but bending over that much with heavy
      weight is snap city

    • WheyTooManyGainzz / March 5, 2016

      +Bartauk B ohh i thought he was like his back is arched nvm lol

    • Youtube User / May 10, 2016

      ikr if you going go that low your better off doing a bent over barbell row

  8. airforce262able / February 15, 2016

    I stick with 45 plates not that light weight Bs

    • Nick S / March 5, 2016

      +airforce262able load it up with 25’s to the end, you can get it closer to
      your body, much harder.

  9. Safak Gersusuz / March 5, 2016

    thanx ı try now

  10. Bryce Veron / April 18, 2016

    I like that you actually put your back parallel to the floor then really
    emphasize it. I see guys stand up straight all the time and I’m like “dude,
    you’re basically just doing shrugs”

    • Colonel Klink / May 28, 2016

      So maybe they are doing shrugs. Mind your own business gym rat.

  11. Amanda Blattel / April 26, 2016

    I was doing this so wrong Lol. Thanks!

  12. Youtube User / May 10, 2016

    wrong..that’s to low your suppose to have a slant if you have that form
    your better off doing a bentover barbell row

  13. Sang-Hun Kim / May 14, 2016

    i would like to send him my gratitude for his kind teaching of how to work
    out but his way of exhaling, the strong sound, i feel uncomfortable about.
    apart from that, he is great.

  14. Lars Løfter / July 4, 2016

    i really don’t see how this would work the muscles different than a cable
    row, just uses more legs, thats it

    • NanoReefHQ / July 19, 2016

      I feel it more in my lats than cable rows, but definitely feel it in the
      legs more. I really have to anchor my legs when going heavy with t bar rows.

  15. Northern Swole / July 9, 2016

    why when i do these/bb row i get lower back strain???

    • Scab Salad / July 19, 2016

      Do you keep your back straightened? You may just have a weak lower back. Do
      Good Morning lifts in order to strengthen your lower back.

  16. shadowthahedgehog33 / July 16, 2016

    sorry but when your lifting like 5 or 6 or more plates do not I REPEAT do
    not do it like this or your going to snap city I lift like 6 plates so I
    have to do them like ronnie coleman and jay cutler.

  17. Yohanes Lim / July 20, 2016

    shld my torso being bent over? so straight up one is wrong?

  18. Sam L / August 2, 2016

    good one!

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