SHOULDERS - Dumbbell Front + Lateral Raise: Stand w/feet shoulder-width apart w/a dumbbell in each hand & palms facing in. W/O bending the elbows, raiser your arms out to your sides until they are at shoulder level. Pause for a second at the top of the movement, then slowly lower the weight back to the starting position. F/the original start position you will raise the arms back up, but instead of going out to your sides, raise them straight out in front of you. Pause, & slowly lower ...
Tricep+Kickbacks leaning forward, keep elbows tucked in close to body, keep elbows still, extend arms back, bring back to chest slowly repeat due 15-25 reps increase weights from 1 to 3 to 5 lbs as you get stronger.
Kneeling Tricep Pushback: The back of your arm is comprised of three long muscles, forming the triceps. Even though there are three of them, they are usually much weaker than the biceps on the flip side! By coming down to the floor and dropping your upper body, you can really go deep with the tricep push. Pick a high number with a low weight and go to your happy place
Hammer Curl-Step 1: Begin by standing with feet shoulder-‐width apart, arms hanging at your sides with a dumbbell in each hand with palms facing in. Step 2: Curl the dumbbell in toward the shoulders, keeping the palms facing each other. Slowly return the dumbbells back to your sides