Alternating Dumbbell Kickback on Ball Prone


How to Do

How to Do Alternating Dumbbell Kickback on Ball Prone

Each alternating dumbbell kickback on ball prone should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop this alternating dumbbell kickback on the ball prone.


Beginning Dumbbell Kickback

The starting position of this exercise will have your arms in 90 degree angles and your arms will be tucked into your sides.


Dumbbell Kickback Movement

1. From that position, with your palms facing your body, kick back one of your arms so that it straightens behind your body.

2. When your arm is extended backward it should be straight and almost in line with your body.

3. Control the movement and reverse the process so that your arm returns to the initial starting position of a 90 degree angle.

4. That is one repetition. When all repetitions are complete on one side, switch to your other arm.


Dumbbell Kickback Benefits

Start off by holding dumbbells in your hands and laying so that the middle of your stomach is on the stability ball, in a prone position.

Exercise Aliases

How To Do Elbow Extensions with Dumbbells, Exercise Ball Elbow Extensions, Prone Elbow Extensions, Tricep Workouts.


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