How to do a dumbbell headlong move:
- Stand flat and hold the dumbbells in place with your elbows hanging beside you.
- Bring the dumbbells to the top of the game until they reach the level of your shoulders.
- Finally lower the dumbbells to return to the starting position.
The muscles involved in doing the dumbbell head-to-toe movement
Major Muscles: Lateral Deltoid ;
Other Muscles: Anterior Deltoid, Posterior Deltoid, Trapezoidal Muscle.
Anatomical Tips on Dumbbell Head Movement
Range of motion: The lateral deltoid muscle does most of the work when raising the dumbbells to reach the shoulder level. To keep the pressure on the deltoid muscles.
How to Handle the Dumbbells: When the dumbbells are positioned parallel to the ground, the pressure on the lateral deltoid muscle is maximized. Moves anterior in motion. But if the thumb is downward and has an internal rotating arm, the posterior deltoid muscle helps to move.
Motion: If the dumbbells are lifted straight up from the side, the lateral deltoid muscle will be the main muscle. The posterior deltoid muscle participates in the movement if the dumbbells are lifted from the back and arched upwards.