Featured Exercise: Leaning Lateral Raise

Why is the ‘lean’ important in the leaning lateral raise? Leaning towards a loaded shoulder creates more range of motion.
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The lateral deltoid has to work for a few more degrees compared to the conventional standing lateral raise.
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The thought process behind overloading a muscle group often revolves around adding more weight or doing more reps. There are plenty of other ways to introduce a new challenge without brute forcing your way to a heavier weight before you’re ready.

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