In order to perform this movement safely, be sure to choose an appropriate weight and maintain good form throughout the movement. Starting position: standing with feet about shoulder-width apart, core engaged, arms extended overhead, wrists straight and grasping the dumbbell firmly. Slowly bend your elbows so that the dumbbell lowers behind your head, keeping your […]
The dumbbell floor press is a resistance training exercise that targets the triceps brachii and pectoralis major muscles as well as the trapezius, deltoid and back muscle. It’s performed in a similar manner as a barbell bench press but with a few nuances. To perform a dumbbell floor press correctly, refer to the following steps.
Despite its name, this exercise doesn’t just work your triceps. If you do it properly, you will also target your biceps and shoulder muscles. Follow the steps below to get the most out of this workout: Start by lying back on a flat bench Hold the dumbbells with your palms facing towards each other and
Performing a standing bent over single-arm dumbbell tricep extension will target all parts of the tricep horseshoe so long as you maintain proper form throughout the exercise. Feet shoulder-width apart Pick up a dumbbell with the palm facing inward Bend at the hips to an almost parallel to the ground angle Lift your upper arm
The Dumbbell Tate Press works your arms. Below are the steps needed to properly perform one. Lie on a flat bench with your chest up, shoulders back, and abs tight. With your palms facing your feet and your arms straight, hold the dumbbells above your shoulders. This will be your start position. Keeping your elbows