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Modified Prone Row
From: FM 7-22 October 2012


The instructor may modify the prone row by decreasing the range of motion and limiting the use of the arms. The Soldier assumes the starting position using his hands to assist in lowering the body, and then steps back into the six-point stance before lowering the body to the ground. He uses the modifications shown in Figures 6-74 and 6-75 to exercise within physical profile limitations. The Soldier works toward standard execution of the exercise.



Figure 6-74. Modified prone row (assuming starting position)



Figure 6-75. Modified prone row (using the arms)


From: FM 7-22 October 2012 

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