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Old 04-02-2008, 06:11 AM
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What's the difference between the Pendlay row and a JS row?
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:26 AM
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Pretty much the name. They're the same movement as far as I know.
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What's the difference between the Pendlay row and a JS row?
They are pretty much the same movement as far as I know as well. I'm sure Eric or one of the others will be able to identify differences if any.
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Even if there was a difference, I'd be wasting my time writing about it. I've covered it before anyways
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Search Pendlay Row on youtube and I'm doing it like pretty much any of those vids. They keep their back much more still so the movement is focused on the upper back. I do not stand up at all when I row.

If anyone can tell me how to put up a vid from youtube on here then I will get an example.

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Search Pendlay Row on youtube and I'm doing it like pretty much any of those vids. They keep their back much more still so the movement is focused on the upper back. I do not stand up at all when I row.

If anyone can tell me how to put up a vid from youtube on here then I will get an example.

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If you jut copy the link onto here, the vid should automatically come up.
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Well I hope this works...I think my form is very similar to this vid

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Funny that you put that one up... that's a friend of mine
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Old 04-02-2008, 02:30 PM
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Well that is the style of row I have been doing. Very strict lower back movement and posture. So that is a P.Row as well?
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Old 04-02-2008, 02:33 PM
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Well that is the style of row I have been doing. Very strict lower back movement and posture. So that is a P.Row as well?
Yep. Pendlay Row, JS Row, they're essentially the same thing. And that's it. A flatter back, with a deload to the floor between reps.
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