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    Question: Bicep/Shoulder Separation Exercises?

    Good afternoon all.

    I have a question regarding exercise and definition. Here's a pic below of what I am asking:


    I was wondering what exercises can you do to achieve that, "crease" or muscular separation? I'm pretty sure as with Abs it requires a low body fat %, but aside from that - what exercises stimulate the growth and give your bicep - a bicep not just a singe large mass. I was thinking something along the lines of shoulders? Or do even triceps kind of make a play in that, as they almost wrap around in a sense.

    I do have rotator cuff issues on and off, so I don't do alot of dumbbell shoulder presses as I use to, moreso barbell ..

    Any thoughts and advice? I would really appreciate it.

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    Originally Posted by NoKittyNo View Post
    Good afternoon all.

    I have a question regarding exercise and definition. Here's a pic below of what I am asking:


    I was wondering what exercises can you do to achieve that, "crease" or muscular separation? I'm pretty sure as with Abs it requires a low body fat %, but aside from that - what exercises stimulate the growth and give your bicep - a bicep not just a singe large mass. I was thinking something along the lines of shoulders? Or do even triceps kind of make a play in that, as they almost wrap around in a sense.

    I do have rotator cuff issues on and off, so I don't do alot of dumbbell shoulder presses as I use to, moreso barbell ..

    Any thoughts and advice? I would really appreciate it.

    Thanks.
    With enough mass on your arms and shoulders + lowish BF, you will get that. It's caused by how the muscles are connected to your skeleton
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    As they always say, genetics plays a big role in what parts develop quickly/slowly. But one thing that I noticed is crucial for good shape (not just size) to the delts is FORM FORM FORM FORM FORM. You need to make sure u have great form when doing delt exercises. Some pointers that help me, were:

    1) shorten rest periods on lateral raises/ rear-delt raises (i personally do 45sec)
    2) make sure the dumbells are below your elbows when doing lateral raises (kinda imagine doing lateral raises with a kettlebell)
    3) try arnold presses
    4) change positive/negative ratio of shoulder lifts to 1:2

    As soon as i incorporated these form tweeks to my shoulder routine i started making some new gains in shoulder development. U dont need to blast your shoulders with uber sets..just keep it intense and heavy enough and you should see some improvement.
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    Originally Posted by OSWALLT View Post
    With enough mass on your arms and shoulders + lowish BF, you will get that. It's caused by how the muscles are connected to your skeleton
    ^ That.


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