Join Robert Taylor for an exercise that combines stability and strength training through both your upper and lower body, using your biceps, and leg muscles.
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Single Leg Dumbbell Curl What’s up everybody? Robert Taylor here from New York City. Today I'm going to demonstrating an exercise extremely difficult but at the same time, it's a lot of fun. One legged alternating dumbbell press. Now the purpose of this exercise is to make your mind do for different things. That exercise is kind of difficult because you have to know how to maintain balance on one leg. Focus on keeping your balance at the same time doing the dumbbell curl. So I what you want to do is when the course I would recommend that is standing on one leg. What you can do that do in terms of counts of 10 to 15 seconds in a involves. I’ll begin and let's get started. Once you’ve mastered that portion then go ahead and throw the way to start load to. Because the weight will throw your balance off and the move is under gravity around, one, two, three, four, five, six seven. Now, basically I would want to say to you is this. If you lose, your balance and you think you might fall over. In many ways put your leg down and don’t worry about it. It keenly this exercise it's getting as many as you can and getting as many seconds as you can. Now, for beginner who is just basically starting this exercise I would suggest instead on ten on each leg and I will suggest four set of ten. So we’ll go again, I’ll give you a demonstration once you make sure you tight in the core area. Because you need that for your balance, you want to push all your weights straight down and then you begin the curl one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten. Excellent for those who did it and for those who didn’t try more little harder and I'm guarantee you’ll get it for next time. Anyway, Robert Taylor here with another great, exercises and possibly gives you eventually winner. Have a great day.
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