Single-Arm Front Dumbbell Raises
How to do Single-Arm Front Dumbbell Raises
1. Take a firm grip of the dumbbells and allow them to rest next to your thighs with your palms facing towards you
2. Stand tall and strong with your feet placed about shoulder-width apart and a slight bend at the knee
3. When ready, exhale and bring one dumbbell upwards and in front of your body, slowly rotating at the wrist so that the palm faces downwards as you do so. All the while maintaining a very slight bend at the elbow
4. Aim to bring the dumbbell up to just above your shoulder level before briefly pausing, and then lowering back to down the starting position
What muscles do Single-Arm Front Dumbbell Raises work?
The primary muscles used in Single-Arm Front Dumbbell Raises are the Shoulders. The secondary muscles used are the Traps.