One-Arm Dumbbell Upright Row

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How to do the One-Arm Dumbbell Upright Row:

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The one-arm dumbbell upright row is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the traps and biceps ...more

The one-arm dumbbell upright row is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the traps and biceps.

The only one-arm dumbbell upright row equipment that you really need is the following: dumbbells. There are however many different one-arm dumbbell upright row variations that you can try out that may require different types of one-arm dumbbell upright row equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper one-arm dumbbell upright row form is easy with the step by step one-arm dumbbell upright row instructions, one-arm dumbbell upright row tips, and the instructional one-arm dumbbell upright row technique video on this page. The one-arm dumbbell upright row is a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the one-arm dumbbell upright row video, learn how to do the one-arm dumbbell upright row, and then be sure and browse through the one-arm dumbbell upright row workouts on our workout plans page!

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  1. When you are in the starting position, the dumbbell should be resting on the top of your thigh. The palm of your hand should be facing your thighs.
  2. As you lift the dumbbell, keep your elbow higher than your forearm. Make sure that your torso is kept stationary during this part of the exercise.

Variations

  1. Use a straight bar that is attached to a low pulley to perform this exercise.
  2. You can also use an E-Z bar, an exercise band or cables for this exercise.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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  1. When you are in the starting position, the dumbbell should be resting on the top of your thigh. The palm of your hand should be facing your thighs.
  2. As you lift the dumbbell, keep your elbow higher than your forearm. Make sure that your torso is kept stationary during this part of the exercise.

Variations

  1. Use a straight bar that is attached to a low pulley to perform this exercise.
  2. You can also use an E-Z bar, an exercise band or cables for this exercise.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound