Precor Shoulder Press Front Grip
If you have shoulder pain when performing any overhead presses, the Precor shoulder press with the forward grip is the machine for you. By taking a forward grip you keep your shoulder in a more comfortable and safer position, allowing you to build strength in the shoulder without causing any additional pain.
Primary Muscles Used
Precor Shoulder Press Front Grip Instructions
- Sit upright and keep the back straight. Grab the handles with a neutral grip, palms facing together.
- Lower the seat so your starting point is just above shoulder height, or to the lowest setting if you are tall.
- Tighten your stomach and push your lower back into the back support pad.
- Exhale as you press the weights above the head in a controlled motion.
- Pause briefly at the top of the motion.
- Inhale and return the dumbbells to just above shoulder height.
Benefits of the Precor Shoulder Press - Front Grip
- The Precor shoulder press exercise works the deltoid muscles.
- Anytime that your arms are over your head you are using your deltoids. Have you ever tried to change the air filter in your house and it is just a little too hard, this exercise will make that task easier.
- The front grip allows you to work your shoulders in an overhead fashion even if normal overhead presses cause pain in your shoulders. The forward and neutral grip keep your shoulder in a safe and comfortable position.
- By using the Precor shoulder press machine you are taking out the need for stabilizers, this allows you to go heavier and not worry so much about form.
- The precor shoulder press combined with my rotator cuff program, is a great way to rehabilitate an injured shoulder.
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