Upright Shoulder Row

TARGETS: Shoulders

upright shoulder row exercise illustration
  • Select desired weight.
  • Grip handles with your palms facing your body.
  • Pull handles up to chin.
  • Return to start position.
  • Repeat until tired.

Select desired weight. Grip the handles with your palms facing your body. Keep handles close together and close to your body. 

From this start position, pull the handles up towards your chin as far as possible. 

Pause for a moment, then slowly lower the handles to the start position. 

Repeat exercise movement for as many reps as possible. 

An upright row on our low pulley station is an effective exercise to build strength in the shoulders and upper back. It's a pull exercise, meaning you'll be pulling the weight upward and toward you to target your posterior chain, or the muscles on the backside of your body, mainly your shoulders. The low pulley station caters to all fitness levels with a weight stack of 10-100lbs.