SANDBELL EXERCISES PDF

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Top 5 SandBell Exercises from Bill Sonnemaker

Do it Right: Lean forward at the waist, and place one knee and the same-side hand on a flat bench. Keep your other foot on the floor beside the bench and grasp a dumbbell in the same-side hand, allowing the weight to hang straight down with your arm fully extended.

Pull the weight toward your hip, keeping your elbow in close. Pull your elbow as far back as you can, squeezing your shoulder blades together for a full contraction, then lower the dumbbell along the same path.

Repeat for reps, then switch arms. Power Pointer: A common mistake is to bring the dumbbell straight up to the shoulder.

However, the best line of pull is up and back toward your hip. That provides a greater range of motion and time under tension for the stubborn lower lats.

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Flat-Bench Dumbbell Press This multijoint chest exercise is a proven mass-builder. Do it Right: Lie faceup on the bench with your feet flat on the floor. Grasp a dumbbell in each hand just outside your shoulders.

Slowly return to the start. That places more emphasis on the middle delts, the one delt head that makes you appear wider. In contrast, with a barbell your elbows have to travel forward so the bar clears your face, calling upon more front delts than middle delts.

Do it Right: Adjust the bench so your back is fully supported and upright, and grasp a dumbbell in each hand above shoulder level with a pronated grip palms facing forward. Lower under control back to the start.

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Dumbbell Shrug The range of motion here is only a few inches. The up-and-down movement should be fluid and controlled, not explosive. Do it Right: Stand erect holding a dumbbell in each hand at your sides with your palms facing in.

Keeping your chest up and abs tight, shrug your shoulders straight up toward the ceiling, squeezing your traps at the top. Slowly reverse the motion, letting the weights lower your shoulders as far as possible.

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Keep the motion strictly up and down. Do it Right: Sit erect on an upright bench, feet flat on the floor. Grasp a dumbbell and hold it overhead at full arm extension. Bending only your elbow, lower the weight behind your head until your arm forms a degree angle.

Power Pointer: Try the two-arm version, too, but keep your elbows in tight. Allowing them to flare out wide reduces the muscular stress on the triceps.

Squat down, deeply bending at knees keep back straight, not hunched , to pick it up. Make it easier: Instead of slamming SandBell down, tap it to floor between feet, keeping possession of it throughout move.

Lower hips into a squat, keeping knees behind toes. Return to standing while simultaneously tossing SandBell straight up. Catch it with palms up, and then lower into second squat.

Make it easier: Omit toss, pressing SandBell overhead as you stand. Boost your burn: Deepen squat, always keeping knees behind toes.

SandBell Tuck Targets Shoulders, core, and butt Begin in plank position, palms flat and under shoulders, toes positioned on center of SandBell. Pulling belly button to spine, bend knees and draw SandBell toward chest, and then push SandBell away from body, returning to plank. Make it easier: Use a paper plate, and build up to using a SandBell.Dumbbell Wrist Curl With all the training tools at your disposal, none are as easy to use or as convenient as dumbbells.

Be sure to complete a thorough, progressive warm-up to ready yourself for the working sets and reduce your risk of injury.

Top 5 SandBell Exercises from Bill Sonnemaker

Get the most out of your workout by adding a cardiovascular element to each exercise, and also activate multiple muscle groups to give your body and brain a more difficult challenge. Whenever I get through a set of 10 reps of one move, I make a little hashmark under that category.

Keep your other foot on the floor beside the bench and grasp a dumbbell in the same-side hand, allowing the weight to hang straight down with your arm fully extended.

Boost your burn: Instead of tucking knees in, keep legs straight, and lift hips toward ceiling so body forms an inverted V.

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