ELIMINATE 4 MISTAKES TO MAXIMIZE LATERAL RAISES.
Lateral raises are a popular exercise for building shoulder muscles.
One common mistake is using too much weight, which can lead to poor form and reduced effectiveness.
Another mistake is not using a full range of motion, which limits the muscle activation.
Raising the arms too high or too low can also reduce the effectiveness of the exercise.
Finally, many people use momentum to lift the weights, rather than relying on their shoulder muscles.
To get the most out of lateral raises, use a weight that allows for proper form and a full range of motion.
Focus on lifting the weights with your shoulder muscles, rather than using momentum or other muscles.