How do I perform a single leg dumbbell row alternate arm?

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Wendy Batts
Fitness
When performing an alternating arm, single leg bent over dumbbell row, you want to first choose a weight that you want to use. Next, stand on one leg making sure that your foot is pointed forward, your glutes are squeezed and your abs are drawn-in. Be sure that your other foot that is off the ground remains close -but not touching- the other leg you are standing on. Bend at your waist until your chest is at 45-degree angle to ground and hang both arms in front of body with a dumbbell in each hand. From this position, row one dumbbell back by bringing your thumb toward your armpit. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and pause making sure that you are not arching your back. Return the dumbbell to start position and repeat on the other arm. Continue alternating arms for the desired number of repetitions.
 
Stand on one leg with your foot pointed straight ahead.  draw-in your navel and bend at your waist until your chest is positioned at a 45-degree angle to the ground.  Extend your arms and let them hang in front of your body with a dumbbell in each hand.  Row one dumbbell, bringing your thumb up toward your armpit.  Contract your shoulder blades together and be careful not to arch your back.  Return the dumbbell to the starting position and repeat with the opposite arm.



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