Lifts Shoulder Front Bench, More Intensity with a Simple Gesture

The shoulders they are one of the parts of the body that most concerns us, and therefore we always want them train to perfection to get prominent and well-defined shoulders. Keeping a strong rotator cuff is essential when performing other exercises in the gym in which it is involved, because if we don’t have this strong part we can not endure. To help us achieve this we will recommend the realization of front elevations of shoulder in Bank.

Front elevations are one of the most common in all shoulder routine, focus all the intensity of the exercise on the front, reinforcing the less round and improving strength in this area. It is one of the major muscles that make up the shoulder and therefore can endure more intensity in the exercise, although it continues to be a small muscle that we must take care. To do this We will conduct this exercise with small loads to adapt to it and gain strength slowly.

In previous post we discussed are the front elevations of shoulder. In this case we will add more intensity to improve outcomes and also involve more fibers to this exercise. The way to do this is through the use of an inclined Bank on which we recostaremos with glued back. In each hand, we tie a dumbbell so that the palms are facing inward. In this position, we will make front elevations with the strength of the shoulder. Let’s carry out alternately and performing a slow and concentrated movement for the most in the worked part.

Throughout the development of the exercise, it is important that we bear in mind the importance of maintaining the supported and straight back to the Bank, as well as the arms extended and slightly bent at the elbow to do damage to the tendons. To perform this exercise we must take into account the importance to raise the weight and not to adopt positions forced them back will be the main damnificada. To prevent this from happening we will use small loads little by little, and as we gain strength and dexterity will be increasing.