Stand on the floor with your abs drawn in and your back straight.
Grasp a barbell with a grip a little wider than shoulder width at arms length.
Drop your shoulders as much as possible to start.
Raise your shoulder as high as possible.
Pause for a moment at the top and then return to starting position in a controlled motion.
Do not arch your back at all during the exercise.
Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and a slight bend in your knees.
Hold a dumbbell in each hand and with your arms at your sides.
Lower your shoulders as much as possible.
With your arms straight raise both shoulders up towards your ears.
Hold the upright positions for a moment and then lower in a controlled motion.
Do not do this exercise if you are experiencing any shoulder or neck pain.
Attach a pulley to the lowest setting on cable machine.
Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, your abs drawn and your back straight.
Start with the pulley at waist height.
Grasp the pulley and shrug your shoulders up while keeping your arms extended.
Hold this position for a moment then with a controlled motion return to the starting position of the pulley to waist height.
Bend your knees slightly when standing.