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    Pendlay Row Advice (with Video)

    Hi.. had a video I was going to try to attach but it was an invalid file type. If someone can pm me I can send directly, have a lot of injury history in the past and want to make sure I am doing this thing right.

    It is late now on east coast but I will check my inbox in morning to see if any replies so I can forward video. Idk if pictures are as helpful to work with - thank you

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    Post the vid to YouTube and then embed the link here.
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Post the vid to YouTube and then embed the link here.
    Word. Will do that now
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    Form looks fine actually, only real suggestion I have is to slow it down a bit on the descent. I've always done back exercises with significantly slower eccentrics and it feels way better to me, but try it out and if you're not a fan then I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Originally Posted by bLinkMoore View Post
    Form looks fine actually, only real suggestion I have is to slow it down a bit on the descent. I've always done back exercises with significantly slower eccentrics and it feels way better to me, but try it out and if you're not a fan then I wouldn't worry about it.
    Ok ya I see what u mean I kind of just let the weight drop down. I'll give that a try on Friday. My back still looks slightly arched I guess I could work on flattening that too. Wanted to make sure nothing was glaringly off before I started increasing weight. Those black olympic weights are only 15 lbs a piece. Prob going to inc this by 5 lbs every week. Thank you for the help
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    Originally Posted by JetsFan152 View Post
    Ok ya I see what u mean I kind of just let the weight drop down. I'll give that a try on Friday. My back still looks slightly arched I guess I could work on flattening that too. Wanted to make sure nothing was glaringly off before I started increasing weight. Those black olympic weights are only 15 lbs a piece. Prob going to inc this by 5 lbs every week. Thank you for the help
    Yeah, especially the last few inches. Looked like you were controlling it most of the way, then letting it totally drop. Not terrible, but could definitely be fixed.

    Your back is definitely slightly rounded, but it didn't look like enough to be problematic tbh. I'd say it's the sort of thing where if you CAN fix it, then great, but I personally don't see that rounding as being an injury waiting to happen.

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    Originally Posted by bLinkMoore View Post
    Yeah, especially the last few inches. Looked like you were controlling it most of the way, then letting it totally drop. Not terrible, but could definitely be fixed.

    Your back is definitely slightly rounded, but it didn't look like enough to be problematic tbh. I'd say it's the sort of thing where if you CAN fix it, then great, but I personally don't see that rounding as being an injury waiting to happen.

    No problem! Good luck
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    Originally Posted by JetsFan152 View Post
    My back still looks slightly arched I guess I could work on flattening that too.
    If you raise your hips/straighten your legs just slightly it might fix that. Not that bad as-is though.
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    It Looks a lot like this... Could maybe have your arms longer / shoulder blades a little more protracted. This will engage more of the upper back.



    But Its fine.. XD very trainable form. Will take you a long way.
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    Originally Posted by MyEgoProblem View Post
    It Looks a lot like this... Could maybe have your arms longer / shoulder blades a little more protracted. This will engage more of the upper back.



    But Its fine.. XD very trainable form. Will take you a long way.
    I looked up a few videos on YouTube and for some reason this one did not come back although it seems the best. Thanks for sharing
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    If you raise your hips/straighten your legs just slightly it might fix that. Not that bad as-is though.
    I will keep that in mind.. also just noticed from rep 1 - 5 my knees start to move up as in my shins are less vertical. Did not notice that till now.
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