I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM, here to talk about what to substitute for dumbbells when performing dumbbell rows. There are two great things you can do to substitute the dumbbell in a dumbbell row: One being a cable machine, and the other being a resistance band. Let me show you two great exercises that can serve as an alternate movement pattern. First, there's going to be a low cable row. You'll position a cable or a resistance band at a low point, and then you'll get into a split stance, slightly leaning forward. From there, keeping the shoulder down, we're going to row the band or the cable right alongside the body, pulling it in the torso, and then extending back out. Row and extend. Control the weight on the way down. Produce force on the way up. And you'll switch sides. Another great exercise you can use to substitute for the dumbbell row is a resistance band seated row. Come down onto the floor. Take a resistance band, wrap it around the middle of the foot, straight legs, sit up tall, grip the handles. From here, going to simply row right into our sides, keeping the arms close to the body, and slowly lower the weight back out. Row and then extend the arms. Keep the chest nice and tall with a flat back. Breathe deeply throughout the movement. And those are two great exercises you can use to substitute for the dumbbell row. I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM.