I'm Dave Dreas here at Arizona Training Lab in Phoenix, Arizona, and I'm going to demonstrate the front pronated lateral raise. The front pronated lateral raise is a great exercise that you can incorporate into your shoulder routine. A couple things to keep in mind is to make sure that you grab a weight that you feel comfortable with using and that you do the form properly. When performing this movement, grab a set of dumbbells. You're going to let the dumbbells hang right in front of your legs with your palms facing your thighs. The next step in this movement is to lift your arms at a 45 degree angle so they are parallel with the ground. As you lower the weight make sure that you control it on the way down. You're going to repeat this exercise for however many repetitions are required. Understand that form is very important and if the dumbbells are too heavy, it's okay to use a lighter weight. I'm Dave Dreas here at Arizona Training Lab in Phoenix, Arizona and that's how you perform a front pronated lateral raise.