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Having defined and strong shoulders gives you a great presence. However, most people tend to workout the front and lateral deltoid muscles and neglect the rear delts or posterior part of the shoulder. For this reason, the rear delts are most times the weakest shoulder area.

It is important to strengthen the posterior deltoid muscles for many reasons. Besides looking great, they translate into a sturdy upper back. They do not negatively affect the rotator cuffs, preventing injuries, and overall help to prevent imbalances in the body.


Bent Over Rear Lateral Raises can be performed standing up or seating bending over, as well as on an incline bench. You can use dumbbells or bands. I am bending over using dumbbells.


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Remember, whether you want to lose weight, tone your body, gain strength or size, all muscles must be trained.

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The Fitness Wellness Mentor