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How do I do lateral raises?

Holding weights, bend your arms to form a 90-degree angle, keeping your elbows at your sides and your knuckles facing forward. Raise your arms out to your sides at shoulder height, then lower them back. Work up to 20 reps. Reminder: Don't forget to relax your shoulders so they don't hunch. To make it harder: Balance on one foot and do 10 to 20 reps; switch feet and repeat.

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