🚨Barbell Front Raises Proper Form 🚨
🎯Target Muscles: Front Delts
Barbell Front Raises – is an isolated exercise that is best performed at the end of delt training. The difference between direct and reverse grip is not great. If you take the barbell grasp at the shoulder width, then when you lift the bar with a straight grip, the front and middle delta are more likely to be touched. When lifting the bar in front of you, the front delta and the top of the pectoral will work, and then the average delta. If we take the barbell wider, in both cases the load shifts to the middle delta.
TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMANCE BARBELL FRONT RAISES
- Take a breath. Raise the barbell to the level of deltas or to the level of the nose.
- Exhale with effort. Hold for a short period of time and slowly lower with inhalation.
- Lower the bar not completely, so the deltas will always be in tension, which will allow them to work better.
- Once the barbell has dropped enough, immediately lift it.