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In this article we are going to show you how to make Simultaneous dumbbell press:
Standing, elbows at 90°at shoulder level elevate extended arms starting with the wrists in a neutral grip and ending with hand towards the front.
Step by step
2-Elbows at 90° angle shoulder level
3-Extend arm up
4-During the movement twist wrist out
5-Lower in a controlled movement
Straight back and firm wrist
Elevate arms towards the sides
Finish movement with shoulder-elbow-hand in alignment
Standing, elbows at 90° at shoulder level. From this position elevate arms, twisting wrist out, so that fingers face front. When arms are elevated they must form a straight line with shoulder. Return in a controlled manner undoing the twist to starting position.
Basic Muscles Explanation
The deltoid is a three headed muscle that covers all the shoulder articulation and gives it a rounded and wide appearance. The medial and anterior deltoids are the main muscles involved in this movement. When they are well defined we can see the three divisions of the deltoids. In the elbow articulation, it is the brachial triceps that is wholly compromised. It is a three headed muscle that ocupies all the posterior part of the arm.
Muscles & Joint Actions
In the articular abduction of the shoulder, the arm goes from the horizontal to the floor position to a vertical position when the arm is extended. The deltoid muscles are involved in the rotation of the scapula that takes place when arm is elevated vertically. When the forearm separates from the arm, the extension is produced in the elbow articulation.
Press or push movements are one of the best exercises for developing the complete deltoid. Also, elevating the arms at the sides and above the head is important in many sports, like machine gymnastics and swimming. This movement is also present in raquet sports, volleyball and basketball when elevating arms in a position to throw or hit.
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