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I have revised this answer to fit the edited question. First off, just to get it out there; there's no reason not to do both. They both have advantages and disadvantes, the largest of both being the fixed and unfixed grip width, and double axis movement. Cable rows allow you to switch grip types, which is a huge advantage when you want to perform the ...


The solution was to introduce resistance bands on post-fatigue. The weights are already moderate, and more weight isn't the answer. Cables and weights, and hitting different angles are fantastic, and the results show, but using strong resistance bands in place of cable-crossovers increases the resistance right near the end of the adduction. Holding ...

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