Seated Bent-Over Dumbbell
we work the rear delts. These muscles are
usually a neglected area. However, they give
your shoulders an unbelievable 3d look from all angles.
Either standing or seated on the end of a bench or stool,
take a hold of a dumbbell in each hand. Lean foreword from your waist
and bring the dumbbells together behind your calves. Have your palms
facing each other. (B) With your body still, raise the weights out
To either side, turning your wrists so that the rear of the dumbbell is higher
than the front. Don't swing your body, let your rear delts lift the
weight. With your arms just slightly bent, raise the dumbbells a bit
higher than your head, then, not moving the rest of your body, lower the weight
again under control to behind your calves, resisting all the way down.
Raise the weight straight out to either side; the tendency doing this exercise
is to let the weights drift back behind your shoulders, this makes the back work
more than the rear delts.