Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do standing neutral grip dumbbell front raise.
The Standing Neutral Grip Dumbbell Front Raise is a great exercise that targets the front of the shoulders. By using a palms facing in, neutral grip, it can be easier on the shoulder joint.
To perform STANDING NEUTRAL GRIP DUMBBELL FRONT RAISE:
1. With a shoulder width stance, hold a pair of dumbbells by your sides, with a palms facing in, neutral grip.
2. Keep your arms straight, palms facing each other, while raising the dumbbells in front of you until they are parallel to the ground.
3. During the movement, stand tall, and keep your core and glutes contracted so the muscles in the shoulders initiate the move rather than leaning back to create momentum.
4. Under control, reverse the movement and repeat.
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