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Leaning Lateral Raise for Men

Leaning Lateral Raise

  1. Hold a dumbbell in your left hand, at arm's length next to your side. Stand with your right leg next to a sturdy object such as a power rack. Place your left foot next to your right. Grab the power rack with your right hand, and allow your right arm to straighten so that you're leaning to your left.
  2. Without changing the bend in your elbow, raise your left arm straight out to your side until it's at shoulder level. Lower and repeat. Complete the prescribed number of repetitions with your left arm, then immediately do the same number with your right arm.

This move has been excerpted from The Men's Health Big Book of Exercises by Adam Campbell.

This Move Works:

Shoulders

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  • Step 1

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  • Step 2

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