Cable Lateral Raises
This Deltoid and Trapezius Exercise Blasts your Shoulder Muscles using a Cable Pulley
Welcome to our Cable Lateral Raises Exercise Instruction Guide!
On this page you’ll learn how to do this shoulders exercise using the correct technique. Below you’ll find pictures, exercise instructions, and tips on how to get the most out of this and other Shoulder Exercises so you can immediately add to your next Shoulder Workout Routine and other Weight Training Routines.
Have you seen our Best Shoulder Exercises page yet? See if this deltoid and trapezius exercise made the list!
|Exercise Name:||Cable Lateral Raises|
|Exercise Type:||Isolation, Push|
|Equipment Required:||Cable Pulley|
Exercise Description and Instruction:
This shoulders exercise is one of our Cable Exercises and is a variation of the lateral raise, a standard shoulder exercise movement. During the lift, you’ll only move at the shoulder joint to isolate your deltoid and trapezius shoulder muscles.
You can also perform the lateral raise as a Dumbbell Exercise. View the Dumbbell Lateral Raise.
- Keep your body stationary, not allowing your torso to swing as your lift the weight. It may help to bend your knees slightly as you perform the exercise.
- Keep your wrists straight with your palms facing down and maintain a slight bend in the elbows.
- Concentrate on only moving at the shoulder joint to complete each repetition.
Now that you’ve seen Cable Lateral Raises, check out all of our different Shoulder Exercises. Or, view some of our most popular shoulder exercises and related pages below.
Most Popular Deltoid and Trapezius Exercises:
Check out some of our other popular Shoulder Exercises and Variations:
- Iron Cross Exercise
- Dumbbell Shoulder Press
- Dumbbell Lateral Raise
- Barbell Shrugs and Dumbbell Shrug
- Barbell Upright Row and Cable Upright Row
Final Related Pages
- Best Shoulder Exercises
- Back Exercises and Best Back Exercises
- Weight Training Exercises Main Page
- Muscle Building Workouts and Strength Training Exercises
- Fat Loss Workouts and Fat Burning Exercises