lundi 20 septembre 2010

Lateral raises variation

When doing lateral raises, the infra spinatus (muscle of the rotator cuff) supports most of the load on the first 30 degrees of the climb. Indeed, only then deltoids come in. As a result, the load that we can take is limited by the muscles of the rotator cuff, smaller and weaker, leading to smaller results.

However, you can go over this obstacle by opting for lateral raises done with your body leaned on the side (as in the picture), because in this position, the supra spinatus is unsolicited and the focus is entirely on the outer deltoid. Here's how: your free hand, grasp a solid support (eg, the side of a squat cage) and lean your body at 35-45% on the side. On the other hand, hold the dumbbell, arm extended vertically above the shoulder. Raise the arm until it is parallel to the ground, hold it in position on a time, and then slowly lower the dumbbell to the starting position. Do all your reps and change sides.

Train like an animal,

-Will, Hybreed Athletics

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