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Precor Seated Row – 125kg Stack

Precor seated row

  • 125kg stack
  • adjustable chest pad
  • adjustable seat
  • Precor seated row Length 147 cm 57″
  • Precor seated row Width 145 cm 57″
  • Precor seated row Height 155 cm 61″

Original price was: £1,295.00.Current price is: £995.00.

precorPrecor Infinity seated row.

The machine is in great condition and has a Precor 125kg heavy duty stacks.

Silver frame with red upholstery


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Which muscles do seated rows use?

The seated row works several muscles in your back and arms. These include:

  • latissimus dorsi¬†(middle back)
  • rhomboids¬†(between shoulder blades)
  • trapezius¬†(neck, shoulders, and upper back)
  • biceps brachii¬†(front of upper arm)

During the seated row, the primary movers are the lats and rhomboids. The trapezius and biceps help the movement by assisting the lats and rhomboids.

Benefits of Seated Cable Row

The Seated Cable Row is a great exercise for building muscle mass in the back and arms, as well as improving posture and overall upper body strength. Some additional benefits of the Seated Cable Row include:

  • Improving grip strength: gripping the handle of the cable and pulling it towards your body can help improve your grip strength and overall hand and forearm strength.
  • Developing core stability: the seated cable row requires you to maintain a strong, stable core throughout the exercise, which can help improve your overall core strength and stability.
  • Improving posture: the seated cable row can help improve your posture by strengthening the muscles in your upper back, which can help keep your shoulders back and your chest lifted.
  • Increasing overall upper body strength: the Seated Cable Row can help improve your upper body strength by targeting the muscles in your back, arms, and shoulders.
  • Enhancing athletic performance: the Seated Cable Row can help improve your athletic performance by increasing your upper body strength and power, which can be beneficial for sports such as rowing and swimming.

How Many Reps?

I generally program Seated Cable Rows as a supplemental strength exercise that is also effective at developing hypertrophy. Rep ranges are typically 3 to 4 sets of 8 to 12 reps per set.

Specifically, the seated row targets the muscles in your upper back and also the latissimus dorsi ‚ÄĒ a muscle on the outer side of the chest wall. This exercise will¬†help improve your posture and help protect your shoulders.

All too often, athletes only work the muscles they see in the mirror. They push their biceps, core, and chest muscles to the point of failure yet forget about the other muscle groups in the body.

But here’s the thing: Your body is one complete system. If you want a strong body, you need to work each and every muscle ‚ÄĒ¬†all 650 of them¬†‚ÄĒ not just the vanity muscles you want to flex.


Your¬†back muscles¬†(and whole¬†posterior chain, for that matter) are the opposing force to your abdominals and anterior core muscles. Therefore, if you focus on strengthening your abs but don’t have the back strength to hold up¬†your core, you will experience¬†back pain. This becomes even worse if you¬†sit at your desk all day, as you may lack the stabilizer muscles ‚ÄĒ¬†like your lats, or¬†latissimus dorsi¬†‚ÄĒ to retract the scapula (shoulder blades).

Pulling your shoulder blades back and down, as you may know, is one of the first movements that preps you for strength training. If you can’t keep your¬†upper back muscles¬†engaged throughout¬†deadlifts,¬†lat pulldowns, or¬†bent-over rows, you need to strengthen these muscles or lighten the load and focus on form.


If you train your anterior core muscles relentlessly ‚ÄĒ but skip back day ‚ÄĒ think about whether slouching makes you look or feel confident. If it doesn‚Äôt, start working¬†back exercises¬†into your routine.

Muscle imbalances between your chest, back, or shoulder muscles will cause your shoulder blades to roll forward in a hunched form. Poor posture is directly linked to neck pain, upper back pain, lower back pain, and in some studies, lower confidence.

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Delivery Information


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Shipping is £10 for parcels up to 30kg
We deliver anywhere in the UK. You can usually expect your parcel within 5/7 working days.
The cost of delivery varies depending on whether we’ll need to dismantle your item so its fit through single, double or upstairs doors:
Delivery via double doors on ground floor ‚Äď ¬£100
Delivery via single door on ground floor ‚Äď ¬£150
Delivery via upstairs doors ‚Äď ¬£250