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Front Raise, Alternating, Static Hold

Type: Shoulder
The alternating dumbbell front raise is an effective exercise for developing the deltoids, and is performed by extending the arm in front of the body with the elbow extended. Including a static hold in the movement, increases the time under tension of the muscles and promotes good technique. Below you'll find a video guide and step by step instructions that describes the correct technique for the alternating dumbbell front raise, static holds exercise.
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Front Shoulders
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Front Raise, Alternating, Static Hold Steps:

Step 1:
Stand upright with feet shoulder width apart

Step 2:
Take a dumbbell in each hand, palms facing down

Step 3:
Rest the dumbbells on the thighs

Step 4:
Raise one arm forwards until the dumbbell is at shoulder height

Step 5:
Hold for a count of 3

Step 6:
Ensure the arm remains straight throughout the move

Step 7:
Lower the arm to the start position

Step 8:
Repeat with the opposite arm

Step 9:
This is one repetition

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