The TRX Low Row is an excellent conditioning exercise for building strength for pullups and improving overall rowing mechanics. Coach Cindy provides a complete breakdown on how its done.
TRX Low Row Setup
Name: TRX Low Row
Adjustment: Mid-Height on Straps
Position: Standing Facing Anchor Point
Start: Arm Straight Leaning Back
Movement: Pull your body forwards maintaining a plank
Return: Relax arms to move back to start.
Key Performance Points for the Low Row
- Maintain tension on straps at all times. No Slack, from the 7 Seven Deadly TRX Sins.
- Maintain hips in extension the whole time. No Sagging, from the 7 Seven Deadly TRX Sins.
Programming For the TRX Low Row
Suggested volume in a workout is usually sets of 40-100 reps. If the workout is done for time, intervals of 2-4 minutes for the TRX Low Row are Common.
Scaling the TRX Low Row
- Make the Low Row Harder: Walk towards the anchor point (increasing the vector).
- Make the Low Row Easier: Walking away from the anchor point (decrease the vector).
TRX Low Infographic
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