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Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop

Angle-Based Images: Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop Video
Angle-Based Images: Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop Video
Angle-Based Images: Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop Video
Angle-Based Images: Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop Video
Angle-Based Images: Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop Video
Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop: Step 1
Step 1 Clip a rope attachment to the lowest level on a cable station machine. Begin by kneeling on the floor, with your outside knee (the knee farthest from the weight stack) bent 90 degrees. Keep this foot flat on the floor the entire time.
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Half-kneeling Stability Reverse Chop: Step 2
Step 2 With your arms completely straight, grab the rope with an overhand grip with hands shoulder-width apart. Tighten your abs and squeeze your glutes in order to prevent your torso from moving at all. Pull the rope up and across your body, toward your opposite shoulder. Return to the starting position.
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Progressions & Variations

Tips

Keep your torso square and upright throughout the movement.

Do not hyperextend your lower back, but concentrate on keeping a tall and straight spine.

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