If I asked what your top five back exercises would be, I can confidently say that one of them would more than likely be rows. Personally, seated rows are one of my favorite exercises because you can hit multiple different muscle groups in one single exercise including the latissimus dorsi, rhomboids, rear deltoids, biceps, trapezius, etc. This is wonderful, but sometimes seated rows feel so boring.

EliteFTS team member and IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Mark Dugdale provides a little variation to the standard seated row:

Dugdale is using the EliteFTS American Multi Grip Attachment. He starts with the outer-most grip and does 7 reps then moves in to the next grip and so on, completing 7 reps each time.

This is an intense grip variation in an extended set that not only allows for some variety to seated rows, but also allows you to hit the different muscle groups harder than ever before.  From the product page:

"Employing 4 different grip styles, the American Multi Grip Attachment is excellent for neutral rowing movements as well as close grip! Just as in our American Press Bar, you'll find that the outer-most handles are thinner than the inner-most handles.  This will provide differing muscle stimulus from your average row attachment."