🔴 DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS GUIDE
✅When you reduce the angle it’s easier to control the load and position yourself in the best way to perform it. Having your arms closer to your torso allows you to stick your chest out and lock your shoulderblades together. This makes the arms go up smoothly without causing any pinching or something, plus, it’s safer. ✅
❌On the right side (wrong one) the mannequin performs the typical 90 degree DB Shoulder Press, which mind you could work wonders for some – not necessarily saying it’s “bad”. However, a wider angle decreases your ability to control the load and it causes your chest to fall down. Not being able to stick your chest out will cause your shoulderblades not to tuck back which overall makes the whole thing less stable and less “strong” of a starting point.
Not to mention that with your arms moving up and your chest going down causes the nerves inbetween to get pinched. Ahhh, that pain sucks!❌