Barbell Seated Front Raise
Barbell Seated Front Raise Instructions
- Start by sitting on a bench with your feet flat on the ground and your back straight.
- Hold a barbell with an overhand grip, hands shoulder-width apart, and rest it on your thighs.
- Slowly raise the barbell up to shoulder height, keeping your arms straight and your elbows slightly bent.
- Hold the position for a second, then slowly lower the barbell back down to your thighs.
- Repeat for the desired number of repetitions.
Barbell Seated Front Raise Form & Visual
Barbell Seated Front Raise Benefits
- Targets the anterior deltoids, or front shoulder muscles
- Improves shoulder strength and stability
- Helps to develop a more defined and sculpted shoulder appearance
- Can be modified to target different areas of the shoulder by adjusting grip or range of motion
- Assists in improving posture and reducing risk of shoulder injuries
Barbell Seated Front Raise Muscles Worked
- Deltoids (anterior)
- Upper pectoralis major
Barbell Seated Front Raise Variations & Alternatives
- Dumbbell Seated Front Raise
- Cable Seated Front Raise
- Plate Seated Front Raise
- Barbell Standing Front Raise
- Dumbbell Standing Front Raise
- Cable Standing Front Raise
- Plate Standing Front Raise