Dumbbell front raise to lateral raise

The dumbbell front raise to lateral raise is a dumbbell complex that combines two exercises that build and strengthen the middle deltoids and the anterior deltoids of the shoulders. It is usually performed one rep of each movement at a time, although you could perform more reps of each, or increase the reps in successive rounds (e.g., 1 rep in round 1, 2 reps in round 2, etc.). No matter how you perform it, it targets both the anterior and medial deltoids, making it a great time-efficient shoulder burnout or accessory movement on an upper-body day.

Benefits

  1. Builds size in shoulders
  2. Prolonged muscle time under tension
  3. Great burnout on shoulder day or time-efficient shoulder pump in any workout
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