Standing Dumbbell Rear Lateral Raise Exercise
1. Begin by placing your feet shoulder width apart. Grip a dumbbell in each hand and bend over from the waist at 90 degrees so that your upper torso is parallel to the floor. Let your arms hang straight down to your sides with your palms facing each other and keep the weights off the floor. Slightly, bend your knees and keep your back straight.
2. With your elbows slightly bent, start raising your arms upward and to your sides. Try to straighten your arms until they are parallel with the floor. Hold for one second. Slowly lower your arms back down to your sides and repeat. Do not use your legs for momentum or raise your torso during the movement.
3. Exhale as you raise your arms up; inhale as you lower the weight down.