Seated Row | Fight The Fuse

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Seated Row[1]

Benefits of exercise:

  • Helps protect the spine and prevent it collapsing into poor postures.

Repetition recommended:

  • 12.

Repetition sets:

  • 2.


  • Select a weight setting that allows you to do 12 repetitions before tiring and having to stop.
  • Remember to breath naturally throughout the exercise and do not hold your breath.
  • Concentrate on keeping your spine in the neutral position throughout the exercise.
  • Do not lean forwards or backwards throughout this exercise.
  • Each action and return should be done slowly and in a controlled way.


  • If you experience dizziness, stop the exercise and contact your doctor.

Ask your Rheumatologist for biologics that slow down spinal fusion.

Spinal Strengthening

Daily Exercise Routine

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  1. Back to Action. NAAS. Available [Online] at: Accessed on 7 May 2019

Disclaimer: This is a graphical representation of an Ankylosing Spondylitis patient. Always seek medical advice from your Rheumatologist/Physiotherapist before undertaking any physical activity. The content on this website is not a substitute for any medical advice.