Bicep curls are a part of all fundamental arm exercises. Curl your arms upwards while holding your dumbbells in both hands. Face your palms upwards. Your biceps will get a great workout with this exercise.
The next exercise is a bicep curl, but it's called a hammer curl since both palms are facing inward. Together with your biceps, this exercise will also engage your brachioradialis and brachialis muscles.
You will hold both dumbbells for this exercise with bent arms. After that, you will raise your arms against gravity. The triceps on the rear of both arms will be worked with this.
You will hold a dumbbell in each hand for the upcoming exercise. You should stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. push your hips back while maintaining your arms outstretched towards the floor.
Gently flex your elbows. After that, extend each arm to the side before bringing them back down. For six to twelve reps, repeat the exercise.
Your deltoid muscles are the emphasis of the overhead press, a complex exercise that also works your triceps. Step into position by spreading your feet shoulder-width apart.
MasterClass advises holding a dumbbell in each hand at shoulder height. After that, raise the weights above your head before lowering them gradually.
Using a fitness bench and dumbbells, you may do the chest press. This specific exercise is "one of the greatest chest workouts you can perform," said Dr. Bohl.
You will position yourself on a training bench with one knee and one arm planted there for the last exercise. Keep your back level with the floor while facing the floor.
Lift and lower the dumbbell by pulling it up towards your body and then back down after using your arm to support yourself on the bench. Your biceps and upper back muscles will be worked by this.