2. Horizontal Pulling Exercises - Deepstash

2. Horizontal Pulling Exercises

A horizontal pulling exercise is any movement in which the weight is being pulled in towards your torso from out in front of you in a horizontal plane. Most back “rowing” exercises  fit into this category. For example:

  • Bent Over Barbell Rows
  • Bent Over Dumbbell Rows
  • Seated Cable Rows
  • T-Bar Rows
  • Chest Supported Rows
  • Inverted Rows
  • Various Machine Rows
  • Various Rear Delt Exercises

(Note: Even though the rear delts are a part of the shoulder, they fit best in the horizontal pulling category with these types of back movements).


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