Stand with a dumbbell in each hand. Raise the dumbbells to the height of your chin, with your elbows pointing diagonally out to the sides and your pinkie fingers raised higher than your thumbs. Exhale as you swing your elbows backward and a little upward as you move your head and torso forward. At
Grasp a barbell with an overhand grip that is slightly less than shoulder width. The bar should be resting on the top of your thighs with your arms extended and a slight bend in your elbows. Your back should also be straight. This will be your starting position. Now exhale and use the sides
Holding a dumbbell in each hand, sit on the end of a bench or on a chair. Keeping your back straight, lean forward a little. Let the dumbbells hang down by your sides, with your elbows slightly bent. Externally rotate your shoulders a little so that your palms face a little forward instead of
Stand holding a dumbbell in each hand, with the dumbbells hanging down by your sides. Bend forward a little at the hips. Eternally rotate your shoulders so that your thumbs point out diagonally. Keeping your elbows slightly bent, exhale as you raise both upper arms out to the sides until your elbows are level
Step onto the machine facing the monitor. Begin pedalling to turn it on. Start pedalling at an even pace. Do not lock your knees. Turn up the resistance. Change up your direction on the pedals. Use the swing arms. Increase the incline and resistance as you go.
Sit on an exercise bench with back support and hold two dumbbells in front of you at about upper chest level with your palms facing your body and your elbows bent. Tip: Your arms should be next to your torso. The starting position should look like the contracted portion of a dumbbell curl. Now
Standing with a tight core and flat back, hold a pair of dumbbells at your sides. Keeping the dumbbells in a horizontal position, pull them up upwards, leading with your elbows. When your upper arms are parallel with the floor, pause, then flip the dumbbells up. The dumbbells will be above your shoulders next