Strength

Dumbbell Overhead Row To Crunch

The Dumbbell Overhead Row to Crunch exercise targets your upper body and core, working arm, shoulder, and abdominal muscles for improved strength, muscle tone, stability, and endurance.
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Dumbbell Overhead Row To Crunch instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Begin seated on a flat bench while holding a dumbbell in each hand. The dumbbells should be held at shoulder width and your palms should face your torso.
2
Extend your arms straight up, allowing the dumbbells to touch each other at the top of the movement.
3
Lower the dumbbells while bending the elbows and keeping the palms facing each other. Stop when the dumbbells are in line with your chest.
4
Crunch your upper body toward your knees, bringing the dumbbells towards your thighs.
5
Reset to the initial upright seated position with arms raised straight up, and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Begin seated on a flat bench while holding a dumbbell in each hand. The dumbbells should be held at shoulder width and your palms should face your torso.
Extend your arms straight up, allowing the dumbbells to touch each other at the top of the movement.
Lower the dumbbells while bending the elbows and keeping the palms facing each other. Stop when the dumbbells are in line with your chest.
Crunch your upper body toward your knees, bringing the dumbbells towards your thighs.
Reset to the initial upright seated position with arms raised straight up, and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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