in Shoulders Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Shoulders
1. Hold a barbell with a wide grip (your hands are beyond shoulder width away from each other).
Slightly bend your knees and have your feet turned out as needed.
Raise your upper arms until they’re parallel to the floor. Your forearms should be almost perpendicular to your upper arms and pointing downwards while your hands hold the barbell. This is your starting position.
Do a squatting position. While doing this, clean the barbell until it almost touches your chest.
Lift the barbell up by extending your arms overhead as you complete your squatting position.
From a squatting position, pause for a moment then extend your hips and knees until you’re in a full standing position. Keep your arms extended as you do this.
Once you’re in a standing position, pause for a moment then slowly lower the barbell until you’re back to your starting position.
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