Front dumbbell raise:
Stand with feet about shoulder-width apart. Keep the back straight and feet planted flat on the floor. Your arms holding weights should hang down. Hold the dumbbells across the thighs horizontally, palms facing back toward the thighs. Ensure that you have a firm grip. Brace the abdominal muscles. Lift the weights upward, inhaling, with arms out in front and palms facing down. Keep a slight bend in the elbows to reduce the stress on the joints. Pause when the arms are approximately horizontal to the floor and feel the contraction in the shoulders. Return the dumbbells to the starting position at the thighs with a slow and controlled motion while exhaling. Make a short pause and repeat.
Mistakes and recommendations:
Do not use inertia. Make slow and controlled movements.
Keep the right back position.
Inhale when you go up.
If you feel excessive movements in your bode. Take lighter dumbbells.