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  1. #11
    Member Ronald L.'s Avatar
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    Great upper back exercises to be added:

    1. High Bent Over Rows
    2. Bent Arm Lateral
    3. High One Arm Rows
    4. Bent Over Shrugs
    5. Laterals to the Ceiling

    Source: [url]http://www.muscleandfitness.com/training/routines/monstrous-upper-back-dumbbell-workout[/url]



    It would be helpful if we could sort by "upper back" and "lower back" as we can with "upper legs" and "lower legs" on the Exercise Database page.
    Last edited by Ronald L.; 09-10-2013 at 08:43 PM.

  2. #12

    More exercises!

    If you could be so kind as to add the following:

    Dumbell/Kettlebell Bulgarian Split Squats


    Barbell Bulgarian Split Squats


    Pendlay Rows (Similar to bent over rows, but actually contacts the floor each rep.)


    Machine Lat Pulldown Row Grip (Starts at 1:25)


    Seated Cable Lat Pulldown Row Grip


    For cardio:
    Jacob's Ladder


    Versa Climber


    Thank you for your consideration.
    Last edited by aakaakaak; 09-12-2013 at 04:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aakaakaak View Post
    If you could be so kind as to add the following:

    Pendlay Rows (Similar to bent over rows, but actually contacts the floor each rep.)
    I was looking for these also. I hate having to choose between putting them down as regular rows or creating a custom exercise that won't let me track it. They really need a better way to get new exercises into the database.

  4. #14
    Please add kneeling glute kickback
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  5. #15
    Hi Jefit Team

    There are some stretching exercises who could be good to be added:
    1- Upper/Lower body foam roling
    2- Myofascial psoas
    3- Myofascial Hamstrings
    4- Seated glute stretch

    Could you please add them at the database?

    Thanks!

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