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Unread 01-09-2018, 06:32 AM
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We don't have that one, but we do have the Hammer Seated Low Row (I think that's what you're referring to). I might switch to that from seated cable rows. I hate how the plate stack jumps up in 20 lb. increments after 150 lbs.
They are like a low Cable row but super strict. I recommend setting the seat as low as you can while still gettibg full rom. Do them bi laterally. Its my bread and butter back move now, with some chest supported rows and hammer front pulldowns thrown in
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Unread 01-09-2018, 07:48 AM
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They are like a low Cable row but super strict. I recommend setting the seat as low as you can while still gettibg full rom. Do them bi laterally. Its my bread and butter back move now, with some chest supported rows and hammer front pulldowns thrown in
Nice. I like the Hammer machines overall. I've used the Incline Press for years, and recently returned to the Shoulder Press.

I used the iso-leg curl one for awhile and really liked it, but honestly I just went back to regular lying leg curls. It's just easier than loading plates onto a machine.

Might try the Hammer Row though, as I've overhauled a lot of my routine in general lately (I outlined what I was changing in the Eric Helm's routine thread I started).
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Sorry, I forgot you're a special little flower.
Dam didn't realize your avi was so accurate.

Equating high rep machine work to what free weights bring to the table is just stupid.
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Unread 01-09-2018, 09:27 AM
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Dam didn't realize your avi was so accurate.

Equating high rep machine work to what free weights bring to the table is just stupid.
Bringing adrenal fatigue to the table is much more idiotic.
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Bringing adrenal fatigue to the table is much more idiotic.
dude grow up. I was unaware and now youve shown me. We can't all be know it alls like you.

Next time be less condescending and i'll take your comments more seriously.
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Unread 01-09-2018, 02:24 PM
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