A basic exercise for developing back muscles. This version is easier than the classic incline row.
Stand straight with your feet at the shoulder width.
Take the rope-handle that is fixed at the bottom.
As you inhale, lean forward a bit, keeping your back straight.
Make sure your knees are bent slightly.
As you exhale, pull the handle towards your abdomen, tightening your abs.
Pause for 2-3 seconds at the top, then return to the starting position.
Move up the bar slowly and do not throw it down from the top.
Do not arch your back. Do the bend using only your hip joints.
If you start moving by bringing your shoulder blades together, you can better work out the muscles responsible for posture.
This exercise can be performed different types of handles: straight, curled, rope.