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    Best shoulder and Tricep mass exercises.

    What are some of the most effective mass building shoulder exercises you can recommend. And what are the most effective triceps exercises for mass and definition.

    I have experimented w/ many...but I'm still not getting what I'm after.

    I you don't mind include if you for example superset the routine, or break it up into sets, and the # of sets. I have noticed supersets work well for me, but with some muscle groups breaking up one exercise into sets is effective for me.

    Thanks in advance for any advice. ; )
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    Originally Posted by cftstorres View Post
    What are some of the most effective mass building shoulder exercises you can recommend. And what are the most effective triceps exercises for mass and definition.

    I have experimented w/ many...but I'm still not getting what I'm after.

    I you don't mind include if you for example superset the routine, or break it up into sets, and the # of sets. I have noticed supersets work well for me, but with some muscle groups breaking up one exercise into sets is effective for me.

    Thanks in advance for any advice. ; )
    which exercises have you experimented with?

    this is really good article for your shoulders

    http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do?id=459897

    triceps

    dips
    lying db extensions
    tricep pushdowns
    kickbacks

    it depends on what you feel the problem with your triceps are - are they short, soft or flat on the outside?
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    For adding mass to shoulders I have found heavy overhead dumbbell presses to be the best and for triceps, dips (weighted ones if you're strong enough) and pushdowns.
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    Mindi that was an awesome article. I've got some new exercises to try now
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    I have struggled with shoulders. Two exercises have really made a difference for me: push presses and handstand pushups.
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    Originally Posted by Mindi911 View Post
    which exercises have you experimented with?

    this is really good article for your shoulders

    http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do?id=459897

    triceps

    dips
    lying db extensions
    tricep pushdowns
    kickbacks

    it depends on what you feel the problem with your triceps are - are they short, soft or flat on the outside?
    Thanx I tried a few on this link last night. I have been doing most of them as it already. The ones when the guy used the bench were very good. I'll keep incorporating those and see what happens.
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    Originally Posted by Simpy View Post
    I have struggled with shoulders. Two exercises have really made a difference for me: push presses and handstand pushups.
    I'll try both. I do pike press as a warm up, I can't quite do handstand pushups, but eventually I'll get there.

    Thanx
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