Kettlebell Exercise Information
With a wide stance bent-over row, the kettlebell(s) will be placed on the inside of the legs. The wide stance allows for the focus to be more on the row. However, it should be noted that creating instability with a narrow stance is also good when the objective is to work on stability.
The wide stance can be used with single, double, or alternating kettlebells. When used in a workout, it should explain what is expected. If used with double kettlebells and there is no mention of alternating, then both kettlebells are meant to be rowed at the same time.
In some cases, this stance might not be optimal, i.e. when using two very large kettlebells at the same time by a shorter person. Shorter legs mean less space, and in this case, it's best to alternate or use a different stance.
Alternatives for this exercise are:
Kettlebell Bent-Over Row Wide Stance
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This is a root exercise upon which exercise variations build.
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Is loaded with equipment: Kettlebell
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The photos demonstrate the alternating row but you can row on one side or with both sides at the same time.
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