How To: Smith Machine- Inverted Row

How To: Smith Machine- Inverted Row


What’s going on nation? I’m going to show you how to do an inverted row Using a Smith machine now if you’re using a Smith machine It means that the bar can move so put weights on it to hold it down, okay? What you want to do is put the bar low enough so that when you hang off of it like this Your body’s not touching the ground I usually put my hands right on the lines About shoulder length apart a little wider than shoulder length apart, okay now what you’re going to do keep your wrist straight Get your heels and dug really nice and tight into the ground Keep your body straight as a plank makes it a neutral spine you pull yourself up to your chest hits the bar Just like that Breathe all the way up Now if that’s too hard for you, and you want to work up to it Just slide yourself back a little more like this the more you slide back the easier it’s going to be The lower you go the harder it’s going to be So that’s the inverted row give it a shot. Let me know how you like it, but as always more good stuff coming soon See you guys

62 comments on “How To: Smith Machine- Inverted Row

  1. Andrei Bazi Post author

    this works out your biceps and your shoulders(scott's harder version) or back (scott's easier version) , depending on how tucked in your elbows are when you lift yourself.

    Good Job Scott!

    Reply
  2. Dan Linehan Post author

    to make it harder again i put my feet up on a bench, but still keeping my whole body tensed up, really good exercise 😀

    Reply
  3. Shawn Post author

    @RocketRossUK i think another name for them are australian pull ups. its a way to work your way up to be able to do pull ups. they would mostly do back and biceps. doing negetives will help you triceps and chest

    Reply
  4. Shawn Post author

    @markgoffeney hey i could be wrong do your own reseach. dont always depend on other people for information 😀

    Reply
  5. Iswan Ismail Post author

    In Singapore, we call it Inclined Pull-Ups. We do it as one of our stations for Physical Fitness Test. When guys are 15 years old, they do Pull-ups instead.

    Reply
  6. gregg johnson Post author

    @BigSamFoSho nahh its ur chest buddy try doing some bench presses and then do that and i guarantee u will not be doing them correctly

    Reply
  7. Jason Paton Post author

    That's a great exercise! I've been using it in my back workouts with fantastic results. Great video Scott!

    Reply
  8. the21stsergeant Post author

    @zazenzach lol firstly that photo is 4 years old, secondly what sort of douchebag are you for going on my youtube profile before coming back top try and intelligently insult me? Trolls like you need knocking out

    Reply
  9. MikeDunn Post author

    These hurt my knees a little bit. Maybe it's because my legs were locked. Are you supposed to keep knees slightly bent?

    Reply
  10. Mattyman930 Post author

    Underhand grip and pulling the bar will target your lats and biceps. Overhand grip and pulling the bar to your chest will target your rear delts, rhomboids, and traps

    Reply
  11. ragnarocking Post author

    can the same thing be down with a TRX (or TRX-like) suspension kit, or is it important that you be parallel to the floor?

    Reply
  12. Grimxonic Post author

    How is he a "badass"? He's obviously mastered the exercise and wants a way to add further resistance.

    Reply
  13. Grimxonic Post author

    In my routine I have 1 horizontal and 1 vertical pulling movement, the inverted row and the pull up. To make either harder you can use weight vests or a backpack with weight plates in it, but I don't recommend either if you're sticking with just bodyweight. Work on doing 1 arm movements, by uneven weight distribution or holding your other arm to emphasize what is doing the work. Good luck!

    Reply
  14. Grimxonic Post author

    It's a good idea to always keep your joints "soft" or "loose", it takes the immense amount of pressure off them as they are very sensitive and over time you can develop tendonitis (I got it in my knee once).

    Reply
  15. Sabzor Roanzor Post author

    Hey guys. Very good movie. My uncle had been flabby. He converted his body from 284 lbs of fat to 216lbs of purely natural muscle. Shit's outrageous! I just registered personally because I'm attempting to get stronger muscle mass. He made use of the Muscle Building Bible (Google it)…

    Reply
  16. vaishakh sudhakaran Post author

    Nice video! How do you keep your body straight during the exercise?Do you squeeze the glutes or let it relax?

    Reply
  17. VAHVA Fitness Post author

    Great video Scott! We personally like to use gymnastic rings, because they allow to do much more effective variations and freedom of rotation.

    Reply
  18. Rshn Fikran Post author

    is drink coffe one hour before exercises good for stamina? and is it make the muscle lean? sorry bad english.peace

    Reply
  19. Harry Balszak Post author

    Why the fuck are you yelling at me you phaggot? Put a shirt on and shut the fuck up. Unsub’d

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *