VARIATIONS OF THE RENEGADE ROW
How To Do A Renegade Row
The renegade row is a total body exercise that specifically works the back and bicep muscles while incorporating the core.
Try changing up the renegade row with these 6 variations 👉
Why the Renegade Row?
Shoulders, Biceps, Back and Core
Squeeze and engage the core to reduce sway in hips!
MODIFIED RENEGADE ROW
By coming down to the knees, you can find stability in the core and focus on the upper back!
PUSH-UP RENEGADE ROW
Adding the push-up, activates the chest muscles and makes the renegade row more complex!
+ T PLANK
Opening up into a side T Plank will activate the oblique muscles. Another way to amplify the renegade row!
Using a Kettlebell over a Dumbbell is going to challenge the weight distribution. Try this move with a heavier kettlebell.
INCLINE RENEGADE ROW
This is a great way to
a renegade row. Because you are at a higher incline, this will stabilize the hips and use less core.
1️⃣ Renegade Row
2️⃣ Modified Renegade Row
3️⃣ Push-Up Renegade Row
4️⃣ T Plank Renegade Row
5️⃣ Kettlebell Renegade Row
6️⃣ Incline Renegade Row
30 seconds of work/ 15 seconds rest x 3 sets!
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