OK, this is kind of a silly question. I hope you can help.
For seated cable rows, you can change the attachment of the grip. I’ve seen people (without exception) ONLY use the standard close grip attachment (the one shaped like an A).
I, for varience, like to change the grips I use - a range of widths from the standard narrow A-grip right up to shoulder width sometimes with palms facing down, sometimes with palms facing each other. My question is:
Which part of the back does the wide and narrow grips target? I suspect the narrow grip targets the “inner” back / traps and the wider grip targets the “outer” back / lats?
Which part of the back does the palms facing down and the palms facing each other target?
I told you it was silly.