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Dumbbell Full Body Workout Week Plan | Day 3

on September 15, 2021

 

Let's start dumbbell shoulder training today

 

Day 3: Shoulder Workout

 

Arnold Press

 

Arnold Press IFAST

 

⚠️: Based on the regular exercises, the "horizontal adduction movement" has been added. The whole training process should also try to keep the movement as smooth as possible to avoid the shaking of the trunk and the compensation of the neck.

 

Front Raises

 

 

Front Raises IFAST

 

⚠️: When exerting force, the dumbbell can come to the front side of the face, but note that the position of the shoulder strap is almost the same. Therefore, it is recommended that you do not pursue the stability of the shoulder strap by increasing the stroke.

 

Shoulder Press

 

Shoulder Press IFAST

 

⚠️: Drop the dumbbells on both sides of the ears, exert the peak force to contract the elbows on both sides of the ears, do not have to push the arms straight, otherwise the weight of the dumbbells will fall on the shoulder joints instead of the deltoid muscles.

 

Lateral Raise

 

Lateral Raise IFAST

 

⚠️: Keep your arms slightly bent. When applying force, the back of the hand is upward and the palm is downward, and the shoulder, elbow, and wrist are on the same level.

 

Bent-over Row

 

Bent-over Row IFAST

 

⚠️: Imagine that the elbow joint is drawn in a circle with the shoulder joint as the axis, and feel the tightening of the deltoid muscle.

 

Bent-over Fly

 

Bent-over Row IFAST

 

⚠️: Hold the dumbbell palms opposite each other, imagine you are a bird f

lapping its wings, squeeze the back of the deltoid muscle when exerting upward force.

 Today’s dumbbell shoulder training is over, have you learned?

 IFAST will lead you to learn more about dumbbell arm training tomorrow. Please continue to pay attention!

Day 4: Dumbbell Arm Workout

IFAST Adjustable Dumbbells Set can help you complete your whole body training!



 

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