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Dumbbell One Arm Pronated Triceps Ext.

Lay on a bench with your lower back pressed flat against the bench so you don't overarch and create any pain. Hold one dumbbell at arms length above your chest area. Your arm should be perpendicular to the floor. The palm of your hand that is holding the dumbbell should be facing toward your feet. The other hand should be positioned on the bicep of the arm holding the dumbbell for support. If your are holding the dumbbell in your right arm you should inhale and slowly lower the dumbbell to your left shoulder. It is important to lower the dumbbell exactly to this point on your shoulder because this ensures the proper flexion angle of your elbow joint! Your elbow is the only area where movement should be occuring. Don't let your upper arm move around during the exercise!

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