Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do seated dumbbell shoulder press from the floor.
The Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press from the Floor is a unique exercise that not only targets your shoulders, but it also pulls in a lot more core strength and flexibility than the traditional shoulder press from a bench.
To perform SEATED DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS FROM THE FLOOR:
1. While sitting on the floor, spread your legs apart to create a V shape. Press your legs into the ground, including your hamstrings and calves, contract your butt, and keep your chest up and core on to maintain a flat back.
2. Hold a pair of dumbbells in each hand at shoulder height, with palms facing forward.
3. While maintaining a flat back, chest high, and legs pressed into the floor, extend your arms to press the dumbbells over your head.
4. Focus on keeping your legs pressed into the ground and core contracted to protect your lower back and improve stability and balance.
5. Under control, reverse the movement and repeat.
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