How to Seated Dumbbell Side Lateral Raise with Hunter Labrada | Exercise Guide


Doing your side laterals seated offers several advantages over doing them standing. First, your ability to cheat the weight up using your legs is gone. Second, you are able to get a better range of motion, and a more natural track of motion, than when standing. That’s because the weights can go slightly underneath the bench you’re sitting on, instead of having to go in front of you the way they do when you’re standing. Finally, I find it easier to keep the back at the proper angle—that is, never higher than 90 degrees—when performing side laterals while seated. Doing them in this manner will keep the stress where it should be, on the medial delts.

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