The feet are shoulder width, upright, 2 hands holding 2 weights.
Relax your hands naturally according to the body, palms facing thighs, elbows slightly longer. Raise arm to shoulder level to create a 30-degree angle to the body, the curvature of the elbow unchanged.
Dip your shoulders toward your hands. Slowly lower to the original position
Repeat the motion 20 times.
Kettleell one hand
Using a kettlebell instead of your hands increases mobility and relaxes muscles. This shoulder exercise will help you train your toned shoulder muscles.
The legs are shoulder width. Hold one weight on one shoulder with one hand, palm facing inwards, bend the elbows, press the body close, weight weight on the forearm.
Pushing the barbell up, rotate your arms so that your palms are facing forward.
Repeat the same 20 times.
With this shoulder exercise, you can lift weights with less chance of injury. Besides, you will use very strong force. In addition to helping up the shoulder muscles, this movement is also a very good hand exercise.
Stand up straight, hands held 1 pair of weights wider than shoulders, arms folded and palms facing each other. The legs stand shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent.
Bend your knees, then push up your legs and push the barbell straight over your shoulders.
Then slowly lower the weight to the original position and repeat. The end of the movement.
Repeat 20 times the hand weights. Regular exercise will help you gain muscle quickly.
Pull the cable in front of you
Pulling cables helps to train shoulder muscles, hand muscles, etc. to help them firmer, more stable muscle mass.
Prepare 1 cable at high pulley, 1 end for each handle.
Next, take a few steps back until your arms are stretched out in front of you.
Pull the cable toward the side. Stop and then slowly return to the original position. Repeat 20 times is enough.