February Upper Body Workout With Dumbbells

Upper Body Workout With Dumbbells

Hey, ladies and gentlemen! Although I feel like more women connect with my blog, men can definitely do this workout as well. Anyone can adjust by adding more resistance if needed. I wanted to put together an effective upper body workout that works the biceps, triceps, and shoulders. I like to perform each exercise 2-3 sets of 12-15 reps. Always consult your physician before starting an exercise program. Also, if you rather watch the workout in action, I’ll leave my video below. Let’s get sweaty!

 

Standing V Raise-

Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart and hold your dumbbells in each hand. Next, raise both arms until they are parallel to the ground. Hold this position for a second and repeat 12-15 times. Make sure that you don’t use the momentu

Shoulder Press-

Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand with your knees bent. Also, bend your arms at a 90-degree angle and bring your arms up straight until they are fully extended. Lower your arms back down to 90 degrees and repeat.

 

Tricep Kickbacks-

Hold dumbbells in each hand with your palms facing in. You’ll want to have a deep bend in the knee and get down low. Then, pull your arm muscles up behind you.

 

Triceps Extensions-

Stand with your back straight take a dumbbell in both hands. Lift the weight over your head until you can’t extend your arms anymore. Make sure the palms of your hands are facing upwards. Next, keep your elbow in and your upper arms near your head. Lower the weight behind your head slightly and return to the starting position.

 

Dips-

Sit on the floor with your feet on the floor and knees bent. Place your hands behind you with your fingers pointing forward. Next, bend your elbows and lower your body as close to the floor without touching the ground. Extend your arms and repeat again.

Elbow Planks-

Start by resting your forearms and knees on the floor. Bring your knees up and distribute your weight between your elbows and toes. Keep your back flat and tighten your core. Hold this position for 30 seconds to 60 seconds.

 

 

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Peace & Love,

Heather

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