I need to correct my form on lateral raises. Every time I do two handed laterals it hits my traps to much. Any advice or even any other exercises that hit the medial head of your delts?
Thread: Lateral Raise Form
03-28-2010, 11:28 AM #1
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If you don't have any impingement issues, you can also try Upright Rows. Some experimenting with grip width to minimize trap involvement here will be necessary.No brain, no gain.
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i do my lateral raises one arem at a time with DB..two arms and i feel i use too much momentum and my form gets sloppy..i basically start out with my arm at a 90 degree angle with the DB right to the side of me..theni raise my arm up keeping it bent at a 90 degree angle...its the only way i feel my side delts being used
as for other exercises..the best exercise for side delts IMO is upright rows with a shoulder width gripI rep back 1k+
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also, read this:
http://www.tmuscle.com/free_online_a...wide_shouldersCSCS, ACSM cPT.
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