5 Best Bodyweight Shoulder Exercises | Natalie Jill

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In this video, Natalie Jill shares her 5 Best Bodyweight Shoulder Exercises. Check out the information below to learn more about these exercises!
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V PushUp
Pushups are a great exercise that work your core and help define your chest and arms, however just by placing your arms in a different position, you work your shoulders. Start in a standing position, placing your hands on the floor by creating a “V” with your body and push up. You can do as many as you want; whatever is intense for you!

Walking Side Planks
These are a little different! You’re going to get in a side plank position, but instead of lying on your forearm, you are going to rest on the palm of your hand. Now, simply walk the sides of your feet forward and then backward. Repeat as many times as you can. Again you’re working your core and building strong shoulders with this exercise.

Front and Side Lateral Raises
Standing shoulder width a part, raise your arms forward to shoulder position, back down and then again to the side (creating the letter “T” with your arms). You can create resistance in your mind by squeezing those muscles as you do the movement or you can add hand weights. Keep your tummy in and core tight!

Wall Raises
Keep your back up against the wall, core tight, raise your hands up (like a TOUCHDOWN sign in football) and down using those shoulders for the movement.

Wall Walks
Put your hands on the ground in push up position and put your feet up on the wall and walk your legs up and down.

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Anupama Khare says:

The video starts from 1:01..
Thanks me later

Sitara 1211 says:

is there anyone to try this exercises?

William Hammons says:

2:00 . No. Lol. Comon. Last exercise is legit though.

Christopher Nihill says:

2.10 lol what? 😂

Jennifer Gepson says:

Yah! I did the wall walk- well, sort of anyway. Love it!

Ehsaas Maan says:

im struggling with the v pushup. can you please explain how to do it correctly. it's hard to make that v posture. i might be doing something wrong coz it started to hurt my neck 🙁

fabiola cervantes says:

Hard work out. But i like challenge my self

BrielleG says:

Does this workout back fat??

Annie M says:

very helpful video, i'm definitely gonna try this ! 😀 Thank you ! 😀

Natalie Jill Fitness says:

5 Best Bodyweight Shoulder Exercises video is up! #shoulderexercises  #pushups #plank #bodyweight

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