Quick question, is the correct execution of a bent over row with your back at 45 degrees or 90 degrees (i.e. parallel to floor)?
Also, my grip isn’t strong enough to give my back a challenge so I use the grip where palms are facing opposite directions (one away and one towards me). Is that allowed?
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I think at 90 degrees, you’re putting your back at risk. I always do barbell rows around 60-70 degrees, but I can’t be 100% on the angle there. There’s plenty of articles and video out there that you can use as a reference though.
However, I do not think you should ever be mixing your grip on rows. If you grip is weak, then just use straps as your grip tires out.