Do you want toned and strong arms? Of course, you do! Who doesn’t? Luckily, there are plenty of exercises that can help you achieve those goals. In this blog post, we will discuss 8 dumbbell arm workout exercises that will help you achieve the look you desire. These exercises are simple but effective and can be done in the comfort of your own home. Let’s get started!
Below are the 8 dumbbell arm workout exercises
1. Incline Barbell Curl:
The Incline Barbell Curl is a great exercise to do if you’re looking for strength and size in your arms. To perform this move, stand with feet shoulder-width apart on a flat ground that has enough room around it so there are no obstacles between yourself and any walls or other surfaces nearby when doing the incline curl motion — which means having at least one foot firmly planted into either side of whatever surface they’re standing upon while maintaining good posture by keeping knees soft but not hyperextended as well head should remain straight forward without tiring too quickly.
These arm exercises will make you feel like a total badass. You can do them anywhere, anytime and they’re really easy! Start by holding onto two bells or weights that are about the same weight as your arms (about 16 ounces). With both hands facing forward at shoulder level grab one of those handles in front then attempt to raise it above head height before swinging back down again quickly without letting go-like pushing away from yourself while pulling up on another bell along its length so when released either stop short OR continue lifting slightly farther outward ass if you were doing a one-armed shoulder press.
3. Dumbbell Hammer Curl
This is a dumbbell curl variation where you hold the dumbbells with your palms parallel to each other. This exercise targets the brachialis muscle, which is located on the upper arm between the bicep and triceps muscles. To perform this move, stand with feet hip-width apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing your thighs. Bend your elbows and curl the weights as close to your shoulders as you can. Then slowly lower them back to the start position.
4. Seated Alternating Dumbbell Curl
The Seated Alternating Dumbbell Curl is an excellent isolation exercise for the biceps that can be done with dumbbells or a barbell. To perform this move, sit on a bench with your back straight and feet flat on the floor. Hold a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing your thighs. Slowly lift one dumbbell to the front of your shoulder while keeping your back pressed firmly against the bench and elbow and shoulder stationery. Lower the dumbbell under control and repeat with the other arm.
5. Lateral raises
These are when both hands hold on opposite sides of an empty weight plate or bells and then lift them toward your shoulders while stepping back away from the weight stack until just past where it begins hitting against its barrier so as not to damage either yourself or any equipment involved in moving forward again after taking time off-rant etc…
6. Floor Dumbbell Skull Crushers
Lie on the floor with your head resting against an overhead barbell, then raise yourself into a seated position so that both feet are flat against each side of their respective dumbbells. Keeping arms extended out in front at shoulder level (with hands roughly 6 inches away from chest), slowly lower weights until they touch the ground again or past temptation point- whichever happens first!
7. Overhead dumbbell press
The overhead dumbbell press is a shoulder-torquing exercise that will also get your arms in shape. As you do it typically with CrossFit workouts, make sure to stand up and keep the stability of your entire body engaged at all times!
8. Dumbbell seal row
Dumbbell seal row is an intense, but effective way to build muscle. The exercise can be done on either side of the body and should start with laying down as if you were swimming in water (seal). Be sure to set up straight so there’s no curve or swaying at all when performing this movement! With dumbbells holding both hands raise them above head level then twist wrists inward towards opposite sides before drawing elbows back toward hips while maintaining strict form by keeping chest elevated throughout the entire motion.
There you have it! Ten great dumbbell arm workout exercises to help tone and strengthen your arms. Give them a try today!