Select the appropriate weight matching your fitness level. Face away from the pulley and grasp the single hand cable attachment to the low pulley with the palm facing backwards. Your elbow is slightly bent.
Start lifting the hand holding the handle to the front until it reaches eye level (arm extension) without alternating the wrist rotation or elbow flexion. Then go back to the starting position in the same way. Your other hand rests at your side. Repeat as required and then alternate hands. Always breathe in as you start the exercise and breathe out as you go up.
Select the appropriate weight matching your condition and type of training. Start with an appropriate weight to master the technique well.Focus on abdominal breathing. Keep your elbow slightly bent all the way through. Maintain correct stance without bending backwards and straining your lower back. Avoid fast and uncontrolled motion as you are coming back to the starting position resulting from relaxation of the muscle contraction. Avoid engaging trapezius muscles.
Choose the number of repetitions to match your training type. Repeat the exercise with a frequency matching your breathing cycle and make sure to maintain correct technique.