Reverse Curl to Cable Shoulder Press

Reverse Curl to Cable Shoulder Press

Train the forearms and shoulders independently during the Reverse Curl to Cable Shoulder Press. The double arm cable machine allows for training each arm individually for greater range of motion and to prevent over compensation for one limb.

Reverse Curl to Cable Shoulder Press

Scott Mendelson maintains a proper arch position throughout the movement to support proper form of each segment of the exercise. The shoulder pressing portion of the movement allows for greater range of motion than a dumbbell press. Similar movements are featured in the Vertical Training Definition Executions article.

Externally Rotated Pressing Position

Maintain and externally rotated pressing position by properly arching and not letting the weight load pull the arms forward. The hands should remain in alignment with the shoulders throughout the entire movement which provides added challenge for the core and upper back musculature.

Unilateral Forearm Movement

Reduce stress on the elbows and wrists by using unilateral movements such as the Reverse Curl To Cable Shoulder Press. Training each arm individually provides greater attention to the muscle in a more natural range of motion in comparison to a bar.

The core must remain engaged throughout the entire set in a functional manner which provides a productive training effect. The entire core and lower back muscles working as nature intended can reduce the risk of injury during daily tasks. Clients experience improved six pack definition by integrating more functional movements.