Front Raises with Resistance Band

Stand on the middle of the band and wrap the loose ends around your hands or grasp the handles, with thumbs facing forwards and palms backwards. Keeping abdominals in, knees slightly bent and arms hanging straight at your sides. Concentric contraction: Breathe out. Lift the arms (abduct) in a controlled manner and pause with the arms straight out in front of you. Eccentric contraction: Breathe in. Lower the arms slowly in a controlled manner. Repeat until the desired repetitions are complete.


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