Incline Dumbbell Front Raise is an upper body exercise that targets the shoulders. Since it is done face down on a bench that is angled and angled, Incline Dumbbell Front Raise offers larger flexibility than upright-seated or standing raises and targets the shoulders at an entirely different angle. Raise variations are typically done in moderate or high reps like 8-12 reps for each set, or more, in conjunction with the upper-body or shoulder-focused exercise.
Instructions for Incline Dumbbell Front Raise
- Place yourself on a bench that is inclined with the incline ranging from 30 and 60 degrees, while using a dumbbell in each hand. Tips: You can alter the angle so that you hit the muscle in a different way every time.
- Straighten your arms to the side and keep your palms downwards with your dumbbells positioned around 1 inch over your knees. This is your starting position.
- Slowly lift the dumbbells straight upwards until they are over your shoulders while making sure your elbows are locked. Make sure to squeeze the top for a few seconds and ensure that you take a breath out during this part of the exercise. Tips: Keep your head lying on the bench, and your feet on the floor throughout the entire time.
- Lower your arms back to their original position while you exhale.
- Repeat the exercise for the recommended number of repetitions.
- variations: You can use the barbell for this workout.
Additional Information for Incline Dumbbell Front Raise
- Increases the size and strength of the medial and anterior deltoids.
- When you perform a workout on a bench, it is a strict way to perform and can eliminate the possibility of momentum
- Great burnout on shoulder day
- When you do the incline dumbbell forward raises, you can choose to keep the same grip but make use of an overhand (overhand) grip or begin with an uninvolved grip and then internally turn your shoulders as your arms raise (see the first video). If you are using grips that are overhand, you’ll need to raise your arms to the sides so that you don’t hit the leg (second video) or hold the dumbbells higher than your legs (third video). If you lift your arms towards the sides a bit it will put a little more emphasis on your deltoid lateral.
- You can perform the incline dumbbell forward raise using both arms at the same time or just only one arm at a. Alternate between different variations.
- Choose an incline that is between 30 to 45 degrees and stay with it. The steeper the slope the greater your chance of strengthening the muscles in your shoulders.