Hyper Extension Form
Dumbbell hyperextension row start
Dumbbell hyperextension row end
Another option for doing a raise to target the posterior deltoid is hyperextending the glenohumeral joint. The lat is no longer an extensor at this point, so it is primarily the posterior deltoid and long head of the triceps that perform hyperextension. The range of motion for this is very limited, most people can't even hyperextend 45 degrees. This is also a static-active stretch for the anterior deltoid and biceps.
A compound variation is a behind the back row. This row, when performed with a barbell, has also been called a rear delt raise.
Read more about this topic: Rear Delt Raise
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