Adding the dumbbell French press to your workout routine will help you to increase muscle mass and, therefore, the size of your arms!
The main things to focus on when you do this exercise both relate to the position of your upper arm.
The first is to keep your elbows tight into your side, so they do not flare out.
The second is to make sure your upper arm stays at 90 degrees to your body and doesn’t drop back over your head.
This will take tension away from your triceps, so the squeeze will not be so good.
Learn how to do the dumbbell French press correctly and get HUGE triceps!
Dumbbell French Press: A Step-By-Step Guide
- Start by lying on a bench, holding a dumbbell in each hand, with them resting on your chest.
- Press the dumbbells straight up in front of you and squeeze the crap out of the handles.
- Breathing in, slowly lower the dumbbells down, flexing at your elbow and keeping your elbows in tight. The dumbbells will stop just outside your ears.
- Breathing out, press the dumbbells back up to the start position, flexing your triceps at the top and continuing to squeeze the dumbbells.
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