One Arm Dumbbell RowWide, long back
It's a back workout that you can do anywhere with just a dumbbell. It's an exercise that involes movement of the entire back muscles.
1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in your right hand. 2. Bend your torso forward from the hips and keep your back flat. Reach your right arm down towards the floor and let the weight hang at arm's length. 3. Keep your left arm extended and slightly bent for balance.
1. Pull the dumbbell up towards your ribcage by squeezing your shoulder blades together and flexing your elbow. 2. Keep your elbow close to your torso and focus on using your back muscles to lift the weight. 3. Pause when your elbow is level with your torso and then lower the weight back down to the starting position. 4. Repeat the movement for the desired number of repetitions.
1. Breathe out as you pull the weight up towards your torso and breathe in as you lower it back down.
1. Keep your back flat throughout the exercise and avoid arching it as you lift the weight. 2. Avoid swinging the weight up with your arm and focus on using your back muscles to move the weight. 3. Move the weight slowly and with control to minimize the risk of injury. 4. Make sure to keep your shoulder blades pulled back and avoid shrugging them up towards your ears as you lift the weight.