Incline Dumbell Bench Press

Incline Dumbbell Bench Press

How to Do an Incline Dumbbell Press
The bench press has long been considered the mainstay of upper-body strength. But there’s a case to be made for its under-appreciated cousin, the incline dumbbell bench press.
Both moves are known as pushing exercises which means you extend your arms in front of you under load or resistance, working primarily the chest muscles, and secondarily the shoulders and triceps.
The incline bench press may be an equally worthwhile chest-builder as the hailed bench press. Firstly, you’re zeroing in on a specific, and highly visible, part of the chest. 

Bench Press with Lying Leg Raise

Dumbell Bench Press with Lying Leg Raise

Many people perform bench presses or bench press variations but this exercise combo really gets your whole body into the movement.
For this bench press variation, we will use dumbells and perform the upper body exercise while simultaneously lifting your legs in the air in a lying leg raise.
This exercise variation is designed to focus on the abs and core while also training your upper body.

Incline Dumbbell Fly

Incline Dumbbell Flys (Dumbell Flyes) Dumbbell flys are one of the best exercises to include in your workout, because unlike other chest exercises, flys don’t engage your triceps or the front of your shoulders. They really isolate your chest. Dumbbell flys provide a couple of excellent benefits. This exercise provides a tremendous shaping movement for the pectorals. The dumbbell fly …

Ball Pushup Rebounds

Stability Ball Pushup Rebounds

Julie Lohre shows how to do the Ball Pushup Rebounds exercise Stability Ball Pushup Rebounds was last modified: March 4th, 2020 by Julie Lohre

Barbell Leg Raise

Barbell Leg Raise

Julie Lohre, personal trainer and online coach, demonstrates the Barbell Leg Raise exercise. Barbell Leg Raise was last modified: March 8th, 2018 by Julie Lohre

Hand Release Push Ups

One great way to improve your push ups is by trying the hand release push up. This variation on the standard push up will target a lot of the same muscles used, such as your shoulders, chest, and core. But it will also work them even harder by breaking down each stage of the exercise.
What’s even better about the hand release push-up? Starting every rep from the ground increases the range of motion and reduces the use of momentum, which adds to the challenge and forces you to use more force to get back up into a high-plank at the end of every rep.

Decline Push Ups

Decline Pushup

A decline pushup is an advanced variation of the basic pushup that increases the difficulty significantly by placing your feet higher than your hands. Adjusting the bench height allows you to customize the intensity of your workout using just your body weight.

Dumbell Fly with Glute Bridge

Dumbbell Fly with Glute Bridge

Dumbbell Fly with Glute Bridge – This combination movement works both your chest and glutes in a synergistic move. Advanced movement with a single leg brings the hip flexors and quads into play

Barbell Bench Press With Leg Lift

Lying Leg Raise with Chest Press exercise

Barbell Bench Press with Lying Leg Raise Begin by laying down on floor or bench and position the barbell so your eyes are directly underneath the bar Set up your hands evenly about shoulder width apart. Get into a hollow body position (toes pointed, abs and quads squeezed) before moving the barbell. Once in this position, lift the bar over …

Wall Pushups exercise demonstration

Wall Pushups exercise

Dawn Reichley demonstrates the Wall Pushups exercise Wall Pushups exercise was last modified: March 17th, 2020 by Julie Lohre