Alternating Lateral Raise with Static Hold

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Equipment Needed

  • Dumbbells
  • Fitness Ball

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How to do Alternating Lateral Raise with Static Hold:

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alternating lateral raise with static hold is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the shoulders ...more

alternating lateral raise with static hold is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the shoulders.

The only alternating lateral raise with static hold equipment that you really need is the following: dumbbells and fitness ball. There are however many different alternating lateral raise with static hold variations that you can try out that may require different types of alternating lateral raise with static hold equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper alternating lateral raise with static hold form is easy with the step by step alternating lateral raise with static hold instructions, alternating lateral raise with static hold tips, and the instructional alternating lateral raise with static hold technique video on this page. alternating lateral raise with static hold is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the alternating lateral raise with static hold video, learn how to do the alternating lateral raise with static hold, and then be sure and browse through the alternating lateral raise with static hold workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Turn palm inward/outward (depending on whether you are raising or lower weight) throughout the entire motion. Instead at the beginning or ending of the motion.
  2. Do not jerk weight up. This can cause tremendous strain on your shoulders.
  3. Use an intermediate weight as too much weight can easily cause strain and injury.

Variations

  1. Perform with both arms at same time.
  2. Stand on one leg or use stabilizer ball to increase intensity.
  3. Raise arms straight out from body along with raising from the side(as outlined in the steps).

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

1 Review

  • NAC
    over 4 years ago
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    This is a good assistance move on shoulder day or any day you decide to work your delts. As with all movements be sure to keep a strong and sturdy form from top to bottom. You probably wont be able to handle a lot of weight when doing these which is why I don't do them very often. I try to stick to the bigger lifts but it's still a great move if you want to get a pump after you're already burnt out on military presses or one of the other big shoulder movements.

Equipment Needed

  • Dumbbells
  • Fitness Ball

Tips

  1. Turn palm inward/outward (depending on whether you are raising or lower weight) throughout the entire motion. Instead at the beginning or ending of the motion.
  2. Do not jerk weight up. This can cause tremendous strain on your shoulders.
  3. Use an intermediate weight as too much weight can easily cause strain and injury.

Variations

  1. Perform with both arms at same time.
  2. Stand on one leg or use stabilizer ball to increase intensity.
  3. Raise arms straight out from body along with raising from the side(as outlined in the steps).

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation