Performing biceps curls in different positions surely ads to the intensity of your workout. This shallow-end exercise requires aqua dumbbells or any water resistance device for better results. If you have none, use the inside of your hand to create more resistance as you push the water in front and down.
Stand in the shallow end with one leg behind to support your body. put your shoulders in the water. Hold the dumbbells and spread your arms to the side, slightly below parallel and your palms facing forward.
Stand in the shallow-end with one leg in front. Bend your front knee to let your shoulders in the water. Hold the dumbbells with straight arms in front of your torso, slightly wider than your shoulder's width. Let your palms face downwards
Stand in the shallow area with your torso in the water. Extend your arms to the side parallel to the bottom of the pool. Open your hands and let your palms face downward.
In the shallow area, with your shoulders under water (bend one knee to the front if necessary), hold aqua dumbbells with both your hands. Open your arms to the side - at your torso level and parallel to the bottom of the pool - and bend your elbows 90°.
Aqua Exercises for Arms and Shoulders