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The inner bicep curl is an arm exercise that works an often-underused muscle group to create a more evenly toned appearance. Follow the steps below to maximize your results:Lie back on an incline benchStart with your arms fully extended, holding the dumbbells with your your palms facing upBreathe out as you curl the weight out […]Continue reading
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.Lie […]Continue reading
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 benchHold the dumbbells with your palms facing towards each other and your arms […]Continue reading
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 apartPick up dumbbell with palm facing inwardBend at the hips to an almost parallel to the ground angleLift your upper arm to make a 90 […]Continue reading
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 pointed to the […]Continue reading
How to do Dumbbell Incline Hammer Curls:You will start with a bench that is adjusted to a 45-degree inclineSit on the bench with your feet firmly on the floorAllow your arms to hang naturally, with weights in both handsBegin to raise both of your hands together, bending at the elbow with palms facing youStop when […]Continue reading
To begin, grab your dumbbells and kneel down so your body is facing the bench. With your palms facing up, begin curling your wrists upwards making sure your forearms never leave the bench. The only body parts that should be moving during this exercise are your wrists. Lower your wrists back down so they’re hanging over the […]Continue reading