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Types of Dumbbells

Alternated Biceps Curl
Alternated Biceps Curl

Slowly begin to bring the dumbbell back to the starting position as your breathe in. Tip: Remember to twist the palms back to the starting position (facing your thighs) as you come down. Repeat the movement with the left hand.

Dumbbell Bench Press
Dumbbell Bench Press

Dumbbell Bench Press Instructions Lie down on a flat bench with a dumbbell in each hand resting on top of your thighs. The palms of your hands will be facing each other.

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Kneeling One Arm Row
Kneeling One Arm Row

Kneeling One Arm Row with Dumbbell ** For this exercise you need a proper bench or something else solid. 1. Standing on your left leg, which is slightly bent from the knee, place your right hand and knee on the bench. 2. Now lift the dumbbell off the ground with your left hand. 3.

Lateral Raise
Lateral Raise

The dumbbell lateral raise is an isolation exercise that strengthens the entire shoulder with an emphasis on the sides of the deltoid muscles.

Lying Fly
Lying Fly

How To: Incline Dumbbell Fly - Duration: 2:22. ScottHermanFitness 697,978 views. 2:22. Proper Form For Dumbbell Flyes - Duration: 3:15.

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Shoulder Press
Shoulder Press

Dumbbell Shoulder Press Instructions While holding a dumbbell in each hand, sit on a military press bench or utility bench that has back support. Place the dumbbells upright on top of your thighs.

Triceps Kickback
Triceps Kickback

Also, if you like the one arm variety, you can use a low pulley handle instead of a dumbbell for better peak contraction. In this case, the palms should be facing up (supinated grip) as opposed to the torso (neutral grip).

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Upright Row
Upright Row

Standing Dumbbell Upright Row Instructions Grasp a dumbbell in each hand with a pronated (palms forward) grip that is slightly less than shoulder width. The dumbbells should be resting on top of your thighs. Your arms should be extended with a slight bend at the elbows and your back should be straight. This will be your starting position.

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