The Dos & Don'ts of Standing Dumbbell Front Raises
When it comes to standing dumbbell front raises, there are just as many things that you shouldn't do as there are that you should. Learn about the dos and don'ts of standing dumbbell front raises with help from a respected health and dance minister in this free video clip.
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Hi, this is SwayFit with swayfitt with two Ts .com. That's swayfitt.com. And here I have with me Penny Reinhardt and we are going to be doing two variations of front dumbbell raises. This is the dos and don'ts of front dumbbell raises. Okay Penny is going to demonstrate parallel to the ground. And I'm going to take it through the full range of motion. What we are going to do is we are going to lean over slightly to take the traps out of play. That way you are targeting the shoulders primarily. That's one, one, two, two, three, three. Good. Now what you want to do is like I said you want to slightly bend forward. This takes the traps out of play and it stops you from using your back or over extending your back which could be very dangerous. You also do not want to use momentum because you can tear up your rotator cuffs that way. So what she's doing is very nice and controlled going parallel to the ground. That looks good Penny. Thanks Penny for working out with me. And that concludes our session of the dos and don'ts of shoulder dumbbell front raises.