Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do dumbbell reverse lunge with single arm shoulder press.
The Dumbbell Reverse Lunge with Single Arm Shoulder Press is a multi-move total body exercise that primarily targets your quads as well as your glutes, hamstrings, shoulders, and core to stabilize the offset weight.
To perform DUMBBELL REVERSE LUNGE WITH SINGLE ARM SHOULDER PRESS:
1. Stand with your feet hip width apart, and grip a dumbbell in one hand with a palms facing in grip, elbow bent, and hold it up by the shoulder on the same side.
2. Perform the reverse lunge by stepping back with the leg on the same side as the dumbbell, and lower your body until your back knee almost touches the floor with your knee bent at a 90 degree angle.
3. During the reverse lunge, press the dumbbell over your head while keeping your upper torso straight and upright.
4. Lower the dumbbell under control by bending your elbow, then push your feet through the floor to get back up to a standing position.
5. Complete all the reps on that one side, then switch sides and repeat.
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