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  1. Mar 2021
    1. When designing a program to train isometric torsional endurance or strength of the trunk musculature, the 1-armed cable row may be considered
    2. Thus, for a client or athlete where back loading is not a concern, the standing bent-over row exercise may be preferred (being mindful of maintaining the neutral spine curve, which ensures the spine to maintain the highest tolerance level
    3. if a client or athlete is prone to having low back trouble, the inverted row could be considered given the very modest lumbar spine load. On the other hand, thoracic and upper back musculature is more substantially challenged.
    4. Inverted rows spare the back with more neutral spine angles and may be more appropriate for those who have less tolerance to spine motion and load