Bent over barbell reverse raise

how to do the Bent over barbell reverse raise

The benefits of the Bent over barbell reverse raise

  1. This workout focuses on the back deltoid muscles and aids in developing a strong, proportionate shoulder.
  2. By reducing the forward pulling effects of daily tasks, strengthening the rear deltoids helps enhance posture.
  3. Injuries can be prevented and shoulder stability can be increased with strong rear deltoids.

Exercise Tips:

  • Lean forward while maintaining a straight spine by bending at the hips and knees. Nearly parallel to the floor should be where your torso is.
  • Allow the barbell to hang below your shoulders at arm’s length with your arms fully extended.
  • Your arms should be straight as you raise the barbell with them out to the sides. To raise the weight, concentrate on utilizing your back deltoids.
  • Raise the barbell until your arms are nearly parallel to the floor or a little higher, then gently lower it back down. Avoid utilizing your momentum or swinging.
  • You should only lift the barbell as high as your shoulder joint can do so comfortably. Avoid going too far.
  • Start with two or three sets of 10-15 repetitions. Start with a moderate weight and raise it gradually as you get more accustomed to the action.

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