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Check Your Health: Isometric rows right at your desk

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Can't make it to the gym? Squeeze in some exercise at work. Dr. Brett McIff from the Utah Department of Health shows us how isometric rows can be a quick and effective workout right from your desk.

  • Sitting upright on the edge of your chair, grasp your other hand (thumb up on one hand, thumb down on the other).
  • Pulling against each other, try to pull your elbows behind you.
  • Hold that position for about 30 seconds, pulling as hard as you can.
  • Finish the movement by slowly releasing the hands, pulling the elbows behind you, and holding for 20-30 seconds.

For more Check Your Health exercise ideas, click here.

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