Keep your back straight and hold one dumbbell in each hand. Elbows in, palms facing front; maintain arms tight to the body.
Carry the load forward until your shoulders are just about touching it. Releasing your arms back to your sides should be done slowly.
Build up your triceps muscle. This three-headed muscle in the upper arm links the shoulder to the elbow.
Get down into a plank posture, with your hands under your shoulders and your arms straight.
Straighten your arms beneath your shoulders and go into a plank posture. Reduce your height till your chest is just above the floor.
Place your hands on the edge of a bench or stable chair with your fingers pointing away from you and your back against the bench or chair.
Whether on a bench or the floor, hold two dumbbells in front of you as you lie down. Your forearms must be perpendicular to the ground.
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