Dumbbell Lifting Procedures

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Before even starting a dumbbell lifting workout it's important to choose the right exercise and know the proper procedures. Always be sure to use the correct form and be safe when lifting weights. Learn more about dumbbell lifting procedures with help from a fitness expert in this free online video.

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Hey, everyone. This is Jacques Laventure, and today I'm gonna talk about dumbbell procedures. Before even starting your dumbbell workout you have to choose the right exercises. If you're gonna do biceps you're gonna pick bicep curls or hammer curls and what I like to do about dumbbell procedures is to all about proper form. So you're gonna make sure the chest is out, chin is out, make sure that there's a natural curve in the back and even before you do your dumbbells you want to make sure that you control the weight, slow contractions. Make sure there's enough amount of reps 10 to 12 of, of proper form. We're gonna begin by doing hammer curls working on the biceps and before you even start your workout you want to make sure that your body is warm to prevent any injury and get your nervous system ready for the exercise. So to begin the hammer curls you want to make sure that your, your core is engaged the whole entire time, chin is out, chest is out, the natural arch in the back and we're gonna slowly rise the dumbbells up squeezing the biceps. So you're gonna choose a weight that you can do about 10 to 12 reps so it can be about challenging 12 reps. As you contract the muscles you want to makes sure you breath. Core is engaged the whole entire time, chin is out, chest is out, awesome. Next exercise which we are gonna do with our dumbbells is gonna be our deadlifts and so you're gonna make sure the chest is out chin is up and then you're gonna sink the glutes to the ground. Core is engaged the whole entire time, make sure the knees don't pass the toes, awesome.

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