Tammy Neslund, age 56, mother of two and grandmother. Being fit and healthy is better and is the fountain of youth!
Training tip from IFBB Pro Figure Champion Ava Cowan…
Delts- The love of training them, and that I certainly do!
I prefer to explore all angles, hand positions and planes of motion. My goal is to target every single fiber, front to back equally, creating beautifully developed symmetrical shoulders.
In this exercise, the dumbbell front raise on incline bench, targets the anterior delts.
Incline front raises, using a pronated hand position (palms facing the floor) may be alternated with a semi-supinated (palms facing each other) grip.
-Start this exercise by lying supine on an incline bench set to 45 degrees.Â
-With the elbows slightly bent, raise the dumbbells using your shoulders until your arms are parallel to the floor or slightly higher.Â
-Keep a slight bend in the elbow and raise the weight.Â
-Stay in control of the exercise with a tempo of a count of two up and four on the way down. -Lower the weight under control to a dead stop before repeating.
Rest: 90 seconds
From our photo shoot. A good reason why Palm Springs Fitness in my favorite gym. Gym owners who are actually gym people.
Palm Springs Fitness Center Owner Duyen Ariss along with her husband Carlos lift weights, watches those diets, and hits the treadmill just like the rest of us.
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