Hold two dumbbells at shoulder height. Raise your arms and rotate your wrists. Lower them slowly down and repeat.
Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, arms hanging straight down at your sides, palms facing in. Slowly raise your arms until they are in line with your shoulders. Hold for a second, then lower slowly.
Stand with feet about shoulder width apart and a straight back. Use a shoulder width overhand grip for the barbell (palms towards you) and have the bar resting against your thighs. Raise the barbell, keeping it close to your body and bending at the elbows. Slowly return to your starting position to complete one rep.
Stand with feet shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in each hand, with your palms facing down. Keeping your arms straight, slowly lift the weights to shoulder height. Hold for a second, then lower slowly.
Alternating Shoulder Press
Hold dumbbells by your ears with palms forward and feet shoulder-width apart. Press the dumbbell up overhead with your left arm, keeping it slightly in front of your face. Don’t lock your elbow, and use your abs to keep your body still. Return to start, and repeat with the right arm.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, dumbbell in each hand and knees slightly bent. Bend at your hips, keeping your lower back naturally arched (don’t round it!), and lower your torso until it’s almost parallel to the floor. Let the dumbbells hang at arm’s length from your shoulders, your palms facing forward. Without moving your torso or bending your elbows, raise your arms straight out to your sides until they’re in line with your body. Pause, then slowly lower the dumbbells back to the starting position.