Hi, I'm Scott White in Scottsdale, Arizona. We're going to discuss the details of a split stance shoulder press. So when you do a split stance shoulder press this helps relieve strain off your lower back when done correctly. So you are going to stride your feet out one foot in front of the other about shoulder width apart. Or about a hand length apart. So a nice good stride so your back leg's at an angle. And your front leg's at an angle as well in front of you. And you are going to stand nice and tall. You are going to take the dumbbells up to your shoulders and then press up. You can do this together or apart like a military press and so forth. So what the split stance does it makes it so you can't lean back and arch your back. Which helps keep your body in alignment which is a much better way to do shoulder presses if you are having trouble straining and rotating your pelvis that puts strain in your lower back. So split stance shoulder press is a great way to perform a shoulder press. It's another variation for you to do a shoulder press. It doesn't do much for the musculature if you're legs are split apart or together, so forth. It's still a shoulder press. Seated, split stance, or feet together. But it's a great way to minimize the strain on your lower back.