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Exercise: Half-Kneeling Band Chop
Also known as: Half Kneeling High-Low Banded Woodchop; Half-Kneeling Cable Chop
Equipment/Accessories: • Band or cable • Knee pad or exercise mat
Below is a list of video demonstrations of the Half-Kneeling Band Chop exercise. These demos were created by a variety of fitness enthusiasts with different backgrounds, credentials, and experience levels. This list is not a comprehensive representation of all instruction available online and we encourage you to continue researching best practices for performing the Half-Kneeling Band Chop exercise beyond our website. This page may be updated periodically.
- 1. How To Do The Half Kneeling Chop & Lift – Kinetic Sports Rehab by Tangelo – Seattle Chiropractor + Rehab
- 2. Half-Kneeling Cable Chop by Nexus Sport Performance and Rehabilitation
- 3. Half Kneeling Banded Chop by Functional Bodybuilding
1. How To Do The Half Kneeling Chop & Lift – Kinetic Sports Rehab
Visit YouTube Channel: Tangelo – Seattle Chiropractor + Rehab
2. Half-Kneeling Cable Chop
Visit YouTube Channel: Nexus Sport Performance and Rehabilitation
3. Half Kneeling Banded Chop
Visit YouTube Channel: Functional Bodybuilding