2. Dumbbell Lateral Raise
Why it works: Dumbbell Lateral Raises also work your upper body, specifically your delts, lats, traps, shoulders, and core. “The key is to use the strength of your core to power you all the way out through your arms,” says March. “This will help build your shoulders so you have the strength to move the bike how you want.”
How to do it: Stand with feet hips-width apart, holding 5-10lb dumbbells. Raise your arms straight out until you form a T, focusing on drawing your shoulder blades together. Slowly lower down for one rep. Make sure you don’t shrug your shoulders.
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