Shoulder Extension Exercises Seldom Used Muscles And Increases Our Range Of Motion

Benefits Of Shoulder Extension

Moving our arms backwards is a movement that is seldom used in daily activities. However, if we never practice that movement, we will lose the use of those muscles. This dumbbell exercise maintains and increases the full range of motion of our arms, and is an excellent addition to any fitness routine.


Workout Procedure

  1. While standing, hold the dumbbells with your arms straight down and palms facing your thighs
  2. Keep your back straight with your neck aligned with your spine
  3. Breathe in
  4. As you breathe out, move your arms backward as far as you can without leaning forward or bending your elbows
  5. As you breathe in, return your arms to the starting position
  6. Do 8 to 12 repetitions
  7. Perform this exercise 3 time a week, every other day

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