Standing with arms overhead both holding one dumbbell as with the pullovers.
Lower the dumbbell straight down behind your back and return to the raised position.
You should be standing with your back towards a sturdy bench or chair. You will
bend down and place your hands on the edge of the chair or bench to support
yourself. Position your feet out in front of you so that your weight is resting
on your arms. Keeping the elbows tucked in at your sides, lower your body until
your upper arms are parallel with the floor. Your hips will move up and down
in a straight line when properly doing this move. Positioning your feet further
out or closer in will vary the resistance, so play with this to get each set
to the appropriate level. As with the other moves, 3 seconds down and 1 second
Standing with a dumbbell in each hand, arms down at your sides and palms facing
forward. Lift both dumbbells up to the chest and lower back down slowly.
The difference with this move is that the palms are facing inward, other than
that it is done like the dumbbell curl.
Dumbbell Wrist Curls:
Sit on bench or edge of chair with feet flat on floor slightly more than shoulder’s
distance apart. With a dumbbell in each hand, place forearms on upper thighs
with the palms facing up and the back of the wrists over the knees. Lower the
dumbbells as low as possible and then curl up as far as you can.
This exercise is repeated with palms down.