I'm Jeremy Shore for livestrong.com and this is how to row for obliques. There are a few ways dumbbell rows can be performed to place more emphasis on the core muscles. Split stance rows, plank rows and renegade rows all target the lats, but also place a high demand on the core, building strength and stability. Let me show you. So, begin with the split stance row; we'll get into a split stance with one foot in the front, one foot in the back. And then, we will lean over and pick up our dumbbell maintaining a flat back. From here, we're going to row up, bring your arm alongside the body, pulling your shoulder blade back toward the mid-line and then slowly lower it back to the starting position. So, keep the back flat, you'll add a little bit of rotation as you row the dumbbell up along your side. Repeat for the given amount of repetitions and then we'd switch sides. Same position, flat back, bending forward at the hips, rowing up, allowing the opposite arm to do the opposite movement of the dumbbell is. Next, we're going to move into a plank row. So, set the dumbbell down on a mat, we'll get into a plank position with one hand on the dumbbell, one hand on the floor. Feet, a little bit wider than shoulder width, keeping our abs tight, a straight line ear to ankle. From here, support your weight on your hand and then row the dumbbell up along your side. Rectracting the shoulder blade, pulling it back towards your mid-line and then alternate sides. And then we'll finish with a renegade row. This will need two dumbbells. Get into a push up position with one hand on each dumbbell. Plank out, keeping your body nice and strong. To perform this move, drive down with one hand into one dumbbell and as you do so, row up with the opposite dumbbell, rattle on your side, lower that weight, drive that hand down and switch to the other side. Alternating rows. I'm Jeremy Shore for livestrong.com, and this has been how to row for the obliques.