Lateral Lunge Dumbbell Press Exercise Video

Join Ty Keck for an exercise that utilizes balance and coordination, strengthening both your upper and lower body, sculpting the shoulders, triceps, inner and outer thighs, hamstrings and butt.
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Lateral Launch Dumbbell Press Hi, I’m Ty Keck. And I’m going to do the Lateral Launch Dumbbell Press. The Lateral Launch Dumbbell Press is another good cardio exercise. This is going to be working work on your deltoid, your quad, your glutes, your cabs, a little bit of everything so I’m going to show you the beginner version. Things to remember when you do this exercise is to make sure you keep your abs tight, contract your quads and your glutes. And make sure your grip the dumbbell straight over the top of your head. You're going to laterally launch, squat, straight over the top of your head. You want to make sure as you do this, sit back into the squat and that presses right over the top of the head. Squat, straight over the top of the head. You can really feel this in your glutes, in your quads and in your delts. This is a great full body work out. It’s targeting all of those muscles. It’s very specific. And really remember to breathe out on each exercise with the launch and back. Bring it out and down. Now, I’m going to move to intermediate. With this exercise, you want to laterally launch and press by over the top of your head when you’re doing the launch and then step back with the starting position. You really have to focus on keeping your core tight keeping your shoulders back as you do this exercise and breathe in to the movements. So I’m going to show you the advance version. You’re going to squat and press at the same time. This really works your cardio. It’s really great for strengthen your quads, your glutes, your core. Keep your shoulders back and as you can see, this really get your heart rate up too. I’m Ty Keck, we’ll see you next time on Studio for Fitness.

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