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Dumbbell One Arm Rear Lateral Raise (left)

Grasp a dumbbell with your hand. If you are using your left hand, place your right knee and hand on a bench. Your torso should be parallel to the floor. Keep your back tight and your chest out. Keep your head and neck in line with your torso so that you are looking down toward the ground. Maintain this posture and body position throughout this exercise. Extend your left arm down toward the floor, so that it is perpendicular to the floor. Bend your left elbow slightly. Rotate your palm in so that it is facing the bench. Keeping your elbow slightly bent, raise your arm directly out to the sides until your hand reaches shoulder height. Breath out during this phase of the exercise. At this point, your left palm should be facing down toward the floor. Now, in a controlled fashion, lower your arm until it returns to the starting position. Breath in during this phase of the exercise.

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