How do I do rotator-cuff lifts?

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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. Lift your hands up and back until they're in line with your head, knuckles up. Lower to starting position. Throughout, keep your elbows in line with your shoulders. Feel the burn? Don't let your shoulders scrunch up toward your ears. Work up to 20 reps.

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