The inverted row is a great exercise to develop upper body strength. The athlete should start laying underneath the bar on their back. The coach should make sure the barbell is secured to the squat rack about 3 to 4 feet off the ground. The athlete should have their hands about shoulder width apart with an overhand grip. They need to make sure their arms and legs are both straight and they pull their chest all the way up to the bar. Cues I like to use here are hips up, core tight, and head neutral. I recommend 3 sets of 8 repetitions.