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Here's the first Exercise Name

Here's the first Exercise Name

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Test Exercise 2

Test Exercise 2

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Test Exercise 2

Test Exercise 2

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Alter-Climb

Alter-Climb

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Start with body perpendicular to rower in plank, with palms on floor and feet on rail. Pull left knee toward chest, then back to start, then up to left elbow, then back to start. Switch sides; repeat.

Elevated Climber

Elevated Climber

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Start with body perpendicular to rower in plank with palms on floor and feet on rail. Pull right knee toward chest. Return to start. Switch sides; repeat. That’s 1 rep.

Perfect Your Stroke

Perfect Your Stroke

A.

Sit tall with feet strapped in and knees bent; lift and hold ends of handle (pinkie fingers hang off) with arms extended forward over knees. (This is called the catch.)

B.

Keep arms and back straight and powerfully drive legs back (resist the urge to pull your arms here) until they’re almost straight, then tighten your core and lean your torso back 45 degrees. (This is called the drive.)

C.

Now pull elbows back, bringing handle to touch lower part of chest. Reverse movement: Extend arms, sit up so torso is perpendicular to floor and handle glides over knees, then bend knees and return to the catch. The easy way to remember all of this: legs, core, arms; then arms, core, legs.

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