How long did it take you to lateral rise 30lbs for reps? Posted on March 31, 2023 by Anonymous How long did it take you to lateral rise 30lbs for reps?
I'm stuck at 25 with reasonably good form, I cheat/half rep with 30s
handful of months, less than 5. Can't remember but I always take as long as possible because of a fear of tearing something in my shoulder
how many reps? I can only manage 15lbs for 20 reps
I'm still working my way there. I'm at 3x10 reps at 20lbs right now.
Bro I'm so beyond that I can now curl that weight. Suck it dyels.
i do 4 x16 at 20..
Which one of you dyels am I arguing with on garden gnometube
I have to do forties now if I do less than 20 reps
After switching to cables I can do 35lbs dumbbells 3x8
I noticed cables are much better for making lateral raise progress than dumbbells.
took me a year to find a form that workes for me. leaning forward a bit really made the difference, together with some minor details. then i was way too afraid of upping the weight and tried to train them at 16 to 20 reps, stuck at 20 lbs for a while. once i've started doing them with a better rep scheme, i was past 30 lbs in like a week. now i'm at 33 pounds for 8 to 10 somewhat clean reps or 28 pounds for 6 to 8 with more lax form. really guys, lean forward on your lat raises and do more
I can't even LR 25's. I don't even work on LR with anything but baby weight because I've tried all hand positions and what not and "turning up the pitcher" but I still feel my shoulder socket slipping and it's not worth what I could even get out of it.
Don't know, probably around my 3rd year of training or so.
I don't even use anything above 25s now and keep the eccentric slow as fuck. Hell, sometimes I just use 10s or 15s and do 30 second negatives for a few reps and I can barely lift my arms afterward. I get a lot more out of those than when I was still doing cheat reps with 70 lbs. as I did years ago.
I have never seen anyone big lateral raise high weights. only the insecure dyel manlets who think they are bodybuilders while weighing 60kg try to lat raise more than they can db press with dogshit form.
I defy a single one of you to post a video of set of strict lateral raises with a 30lbs dumbbell. You won't, because you don't, because you can't. You're just using the momentum of your body to cheat it up. The biggest boulder shoulder dudes at my gym are repping 15-20lbs. Anyone who responds without a video is full of shit.
weirdly insecure tough guy wants to jerk off to videos of you doing laterals
The biggest boulder shoulders at my gym are all roid trannies with backne and traps like tbone steaks using 10kg for lateral raises.
Strict lateral raises are stupid.
They are very easy at the bottom and very hard at the top. So if you're using very light weights just get perfect from though that top part, you're working the other 75% of the motion hard enough.
tdlr; upright rows are better anyway
*you're NOT working
i swing too much when lifting heavy on that shit so i end up doing 5kg with strict form for 15-25 reps untill even partial reps are impossible to perform
What's the best rep range for side raises? I've heard they respond better to higher reps. Also, what is everyone's opinion on side laying side raises? The ones arnold do in pumping iron.