front dumbbell raises

Muscle Groups

shoulders front head of deltoids
Front dumbbell raises is an isolation weightlifting exercise designed to target the front deltoids, although it also engages other shoulder muscles as well as the biceps, triceps, and forearm muscles to a lesser extent. To perform the exercise, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a pair of dumbbells with a grip that is slightly less than shoulder-width apart. Keep your arms straight and lift the weights in front of you to shoulder level, keeping your elbows slightly bent to reduce stress on the joints. Pause briefly at the top of the movement before slowly lowering the weights back to the starting position. Front dumbbell raises are a popular exercise for individuals who are looking to build upper body strength and improve their overall shoulder development. It is a relatively simple exercise that can be performed using either dumbbells or a barbell, and can be easily integrated into any upper body workout routine. However, it is important to start with a light weight and gradually increase the load in order to avoid injury, as the shoulders are a delicate joint that can become easily strained or damaged.