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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Today's Feature Exercise: Cable Double Arm Lateral Raise

Attach a handle to the lower pulley on each side of the cable machine. Grasp the left handle with your right hand and the right handle with your left hand. Stand in the middle of the cable machine while grasping the handles. Exhale and elevate your arms up until they are slightly above parallel to the floor. You should have a slight bend in your elbow joints to focus the contraction on your shoulders. Inhale and return your arms to the starting position next to your sides. Keep a slight bend in your knees to relieve pressure on your lower back. The video shown is for one arm at a time. We will be loading the double arm lateral raise exercise as soon as possible!

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