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4bc16de163 Single Arm RowStand upright next to bench. Copyright 2016 by Cruz Bay Publishing, Inc. Try NOT to jerk your upper body in an effort to help you lift the weights. Using dumbbells automatically forces every target muscle as well as every synergistic or assistance muscle that surrounds it to engage. Its not uncommon for people to prioritize training one of these muscles over the other based on a particular goal, but its crucial that both are trained equally to achieve a balanced look and avoid injuries. Breathe out when lifting and breathe in when lowering back. With more muscles being called upon to perform each exercise, you actually work harder even though you may sacrifice the amount of weight you can lift.
Clasp elbow with free hand for support.Slowly let elbow fold so dumbbell is lowered behind head.Extend arm back to starting position. Raise the dumbbells alternatively until your forearms are parallel to the floor and lower them back down alternatively after a short pause. Grasp a dumbbell and hold it overhead at full arm extension. Check out the video above of Steve Kamb demonstrating the exercise, and keep the following in mind: Lie on the floor underneath a bar or table (which should be just above where you can reach from the ground). Id always steer on the side of caution with dips because (although done right they are a great exercise) they are a little risky. Alternating Dumbbell Curl Unlike the barbell curl, the alternating dumbbell curl allows you to perform what’s called supination at the top of each rep. These mainly involve using your bodyweight, but its also useful to have access to a TRX or resistance bands. It targets the front, outer and rear deltoid muscles. Home > Strength Training > Dumbbell Exercises ABOUT Hello! I'm Phil Davies. Keep your abs and glutes so that your body forms a straight line.