Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do alternating dumbbell flat bench press with neutral grip.
The Alternating Dumbbell Flat Bench Press with Neutral Grip is a great way to not only train your chest, but also activates more core muscles. Using a palms facing in, neutral grip, can also place less stress on the shoulders if you’re suffering from past shoulder injuries.
To perform ALTERNATING DUMBBELL FLAT BENCH PRESS WITH NEUTRAL GRIP:
1. Lie down with your back against a flat bench with the dumbbells extended above your chest, with a neutral grip, meaning your palms are facing in.
2. Tighten your core, then under control, bend your elbow to lower one dumbbell down towards your chest, while keeping the other dumbbell pressed into the air.
3. Press the dumbbell back to the starting position then alternate by lowering the opposite arm while you keep the first dumbbell pressed into the air.
4. Continue alternating both arms independently .
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