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What muscles are involved in lateral raises?


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Answered 2006-12-08 08:59:57

Deltoids specifically---If you keep your palms parallel to the floor, medial deltoid. If you raise the front of your hand higher than the back (thumb facing up-very common) you transfer the tension to the anterior deltoid. trapezius also work into it. Biceps/triceps/forearms are used slightly as ancillary muscles-assumming you are using freeweights.. I am a former personal trainer. any ?'s bnielson_2@Yahoo.com

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