Hi, I'm Jay McLeod. Today, we'll be talking about activities that involve your anterior deltoid. Your anterior deltoid is the front of your shoulder right here on down your shoulder okay? Anything we do that involves our arm, nine times out of ten is using your anterior deltoid whether it's sipping a cup of coffee or raising your hand in class. Okay so now I'm going to show you how to isolate the front of your shoulders, your anterior deltoids okay with a front barbell raise. First off you want to grip a barbell, okay, overhand position, okay with your hands about shoulder width apart. Now I'm going to flex and exhale and raise my arms eyebrow height, inhale and slowly lower and repeat okay? This really helps to work the front of your shoulders. Now, if this is too easy you can bring it up and hold it and slowly lower okay? Once again, bring it up, pause for about a two count and slowly lower. Okay another great exercise to isolate your anterior deltoids will be the Arnold presses okay? You're going to begin with your back pressed against a chair, bring the weights in front of your chest with your palms facing you. Now from here what you want to do is turn your elbows out, press the weights overhead okay? You're going to inhale and reverse the motion, making sure to exhale as you press the weights up, inhale nice and strong as you bring the weights back in front of your chest.