Assisted Row/Push-Up – Proper Use – HealthBeat® – Landscape Structures

Assisted Row/Push-Up – Proper Use – HealthBeat® – Landscape Structures


The HealthBeat Push-Up and Assisted Row is simplicity at its best all the height options make it easy to use for all fitness levels. To do the push-up the user is going to put his arms on the bars a shoulder width apart. And this is going to engage the chest the lat
muscles and also the tricep muscles. Begin by pressing your body down towards
the bar until your arms elbows reach a 90 degree angle and then press
yourself back up. The assisted row, is to work out and strengthen the back
muscles the lat muscles and the lower back. There are two different grips that
you can use to engage different muscles. First we have the overhand grip, to do
the overhand grip the user will grab the bar with their palms facing away from
them and then begin by pulling themselves up until their chest almost
reaches the bar and then lowers himself back down. Again this is going to engage
the lat muscles and then the other grip the underhand grip. The user will grab
the bar with their palms facing towards them and lift themselves up. This is
going to engage the biceps and again the shoulders and the lat muscles. Advanced users can use the lower bar to increase the difficulty. So to use again for the
overhand grip place hands on the bar with your palms facing away from you and
lower your body and make sure your heels are on the ground and now he’ll lift
himself up and engage the lat muscles. Now to do the underhand grip you’ll have
the palms facing towards you and then lift your body up until the body reaches
the bar and engage the biceps and lat muscles. For more advanced users using
the lower bar will make more difficulty and engage the chest muscles more. So to use place the hands shoulder-width apart and begin lowering the body towards the bar till
elbows reach a 90 degree angle. And then press yourself back up and engage the
triceps and chest muscles.

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