Strength

Dumbbell Half Off Bench Press

Boost your upper body strength and stability with the Dumbbell Half Off Bench Press exercise. This unique move focuses on the chest, stabilizing muscles, arms, and shoulders by targeting one side of your body at a time.
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Dumbbell Half Off Bench Press instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Place your dumbbells at the end of the bench.
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Sit on the very edge of the bench and lay back while lifting one weight at a time.
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Let half of your upper body hang off the bench to create a greater range of motion.
4
Press the weights straight up until your arms are fully extended.
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Lower the weights back down in a controlled manner until your elbows are slightly below the plane of your body and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Place your dumbbells at the end of the bench.
Sit on the very edge of the bench and lay back while lifting one weight at a time.
Let half of your upper body hang off the bench to create a greater range of motion.
Press the weights straight up until your arms are fully extended.
Lower the weights back down in a controlled manner until your elbows are slightly below the plane of your body and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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