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    Dumbbell Front Raise

    Dumbbell Front Raise

    1) Hold two dumbbells and place them on the front of the thighs with palms facing towards the body.

    2) Lift the dumbbells forwards and to the front whilst keeping your hands facing downwards. Exhale breath on the exertion of the movement.

    3) Slight bend of the elbow is permitted.

    4) Once the weight is lifted to the top of the movement, squeeze the deltoid.

    5) When the muscle has been effectively isolated, slowly release the dumbbell back to the starting position.

    6) As one dumbbell is lowered to starting position, repeat the previous exercise with the other arm.

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    Re: Dumbbell Front Raise

    Yes, the Dumbbell Front Raise primarily works the anterior deltoid, with the assistance from the serratus anterior, biceps bracchi and clavicular portions of the pectoralis major.
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