Most of you reading this have done the single-arm dumbbell row, and you know how effective it is for building a big, wide back.
So how did you position your body to perform this exercise? Did you use a flat bench and focus on keeping your torso parallel with the floor to hit your lower lats? Or did you lean against something a little higher to target more of the upper lats and back?
Both ways work; I’m not advocating one approach over the other. Instead, I’d like to show you how to get the best of both worlds.
The answer is an adjustable bench.
Yep, that’s it. Simple, right? Having an adjustable bench when you do the single-arm row gives you a chance to do both a superset and dropset in one. The result will be a complete upper-back blast.
How to Do It
Start by positioning the adjustable bench at an incline of 30-45 degrees, depending on your…