Incline face-down bar front raise

The incline face-down bar front raise is an upper-body exercise targeting the shoulders. Because it is performed face down on an angled bench, it has a greater range of motion than standing or upright-seated raises and hits the shoulders from a different angle. Raise variations are usually performed for moderate to high reps, such as 8-12 reps per set or more, as part of upper-body or shoulder-focused training.

Benefits

  1. Adds size and strength to the anterior and medial deltoids
  2. Performing on a bench enforces strict form and eliminates momentum
  3. Great burnout movement on shoulder day
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