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In this article we are going to show you how to make Standing lateral raises with dumbbells:
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Standing, hold a dumbbell with each hand and slightly flex elbow and raise both db laterally to the horizontal position at the same time. Lower in a controlled manner
Step by step
1-Standing with slightly flexed legs with a hip wide separation
2-Straight back and arms hanging alongside body and hold a DB in each hand
3-Raise arms to the lateral until reaching the horizontal position keeping elbows slightly flexed
4-Return to starting position
Hold the dumbbell descent.
Rest with dumbbells leaning or resting on the hips in every descent
During the movement, think that palms of hand always face floor
Stand with slightly flexed legs, with a hip width separation. Straight spine and hang arms alongside body with a small flexion of the elbows and hold a dumbbell in each hand. This is the starting position. Start movement raising arms laterally until reaching the horizontal position keeping elbows slightly flexed. Return to starting position. This is the starting position.Start movement raising arms laterally to the horizontal keeping elbows slightly flexed. Return to starting position.
Basic Muscles Explanation
The deltoid muscle covers the entire shoulder articulation and has three different zones, anterior deltoids, medial deltoid and posterior deltoid. In this exercise, the lateral arm raise, the medial deltoid is the most involved in the movement, covering the lateral part of the shoulder articulation.
Muscles & Joint Actions
The medial deltoid contracts to abduct or separate the arm, from being close or separated to our body. This action can be executed in any position, standing or lying.
In fitness, generally speaking, lateral arm elevations benefit the complete developement of the shoulder and the center of the back and develope the complete functional movement of shoulder articulation. Esthetically, this exercise does more than any other to form the deltoid laterals. The abduction of the shoulder articulation is crucial in weightlifting, powerlifting and bodybuilding. The abduction of the shoulder articulation is important in sports that require elevating the arms. The lateral elevation of the arm is practiced in the different styles of swimming during the strokes.
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