Jennifer Cohen — Shoulder Raise With Body Bend April 2, 2012 Share This link Start on your knees with a weight in your right hand. 2 / 11 by Sponsor 1 Save 0 Favorite 1 Start on your knees with a weight in your right hand. Previous 2 / 11 Next by Sponsor 1 Start on your knees with a weight in your right hand. ‹ Back to Homepage Jennifer Cohen — Shoulder Raise With Body Bend originally posted on POPSUGAR Fitness Save 0 Favorite 1 Follow POPSUGAR Food Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners How Eduardo Garcia Became a Bionic Chef Paul Walker's Deadly Car Crash: What Happened? Barack and Michelle Obama: Why We Won't Let Our Daughter Sasha Go On Facebook Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr Reunite in N.Y.C. with Son Flynn More News at PEOPLE.com Thanksgiving Dinner Reincarnated as the Best Turkey Hash Recipe The 8 People We All Love To Hate On HGTV's 'House Hunters' (PHOTOS) I Think Wheat Bellies Are Sexy You Will Weigh Less For The Holidays If You Don't Eat This More News at HuffPost Taste Spike TV Apologizes for Bar Rescue Episode Aired the Day Owner Allegedly Shot Patron San Antonio Cocktail Tix; Stables at Husk's First Event The Eater Cleveland Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now The Eater Email Newsletter Can Be Yours Today More News at Eater popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsContainer StoreWusthofOrla KielySimplehumanCalphalonCuisinartDe'LonghiBodum Top Searcheswrap recipesegg slicerset coverwood boardcontemporary kitchengas burnerssteamer basketplate rack AdvertorialMuscle Milk Link Love Go ahead and weep, because the sriracha factory shut downHuffPost BusinessCinnabon vodka, why?! — DelishThis news may urge you to boycott Pizza Hut — Grub StreetButtermilk's true history — America's Test Kitchen FeedEleven deep-fried turkey disasters — EaterA first look at Eataly Chicago — ZagatHow to transport your kitchen triumphs to mom's house, accident-free — Food52Thanksgiving-leftover must make: turkey pot pie — Yahoo! ShineNigella Lawson is in hot water — Today FoodSource: Instagram user djdavebernstein Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! kickinthecherries 1 year Do you know where I could get one of those blocks for the knees? Or what to call them? Every time I have to do a workout where I'm on my knees, or my hips for that matter (when doing clamshells, for example), I wish I had some better cushioning.