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    I've always kind of used the same shoulder routine. I start off with presses then move to front raises, lat raises, then some sort of rear delt exercises. I always like to switch up the exercises and rep ranges but that basic pattern of exercises has always been my go to. Not the best pic of my delts but it's the only one I have right now.

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    Originally Posted by KReyn View Post
    I've always kind of used the same shoulder routine. I start off with presses then move to front raises, lat raises, then some sort of rear delt exercises. I always like to switch up the exercises and rep ranges but that basic pattern of exercises has always been my go to. Not the best pic of my delts but it's the only one I have right now.

    Looks solid man, gj
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    Dumbbell Shoulder Press drop sets do wonders.. if you can fight through the burn.
    Weight plate Steering Wheels burn like a bitch too.
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    Originally Posted by IgnisAurumLapis View Post
    Dumbbell Shoulder Press drop sets do wonders.. if you can fight through the burn.
    Weight plate Steering Wheels burn like a bitch too.
    Yeah I like them aswell
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    You made a good point about how no-one ever mentions that their shoulders are "too big". Will do shoulders more often now...

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    Originally Posted by TehCrab View Post
    You made a good point about how no-one ever mentions that their shoulders are "too big". Will do shoulders more often now...

    Someone post pics of Lazar Angelov's shoulders of peace. Saw a pic today fuuuuaarrr myron
    haha, thanks man
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    Originally Posted by omare5577 View Post
    Great info
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    if you have sh*tty shoulder mobility (tight pecs, biceps tendon, lats) youre not going to be able to get the most out of your delt training, the vast majority of lifters have very bad shoulder/scap mobility and this causes shoulder pain, and a major plateau in shoulder development.
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    Originally Posted by Ted Nugent View Post
    if you have sh*tty shoulder mobility (tight pecs, biceps tendon, lats) youre not going to be able to get the most out of your delt training, the vast majority of lifters have very bad shoulder/scap mobility and this causes shoulder pain, and a major plateau in shoulder development.
    Well said
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    Other than the basic info posted in the OP, anyone have any good tips for shoulders? Could be anything. I really need them to grow. Most lagging body part by far. In 5 weeks when I stark bulking again for a looong time I'm going to be hitting each muscle group more frequently. Twice a week but less volume.

    My workouts change every week but typical shoulder workout:

    DB Shoulder Press: 3x8-10
    Behind The Neck Press: 3x8-12
    DB Front Raises: 3x10-15
    DB Lateral Raises: 3-4x10-12
    FacePulls: 3x10-12
    Upright Rows: 3x10-12

    I might be doing too much. I just love the shoulder pump so much lol. Its mainly anterior and medial delts that are lagging. Posterior are actually really good.
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    Originally Posted by Razgreeze View Post
    good night sweet rotator cuff
    BN presses are fine if you have strong triceps and good shoulder mobility.. some competitive throwers actually do them for rehab, but they have elite level mobility.

    Upright rows are fine of you arent internally rotating your shoulder at the top... so going wide with a lighter weight or doing hang pulls wife a wider grip is fine.
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    Originally Posted by SexyBack1 View Post
    haha, thanks man
    actually my shoulders overpowered everything when I was at my biggest.. i looked like a cartoon. Heavy explosive lifting grows my shoulders... that may not work for everyone though, depending on genetics and fiber composition. I used to do lateral raises with 70's, 275 standing press. High rep with 75's etc

    my best workout was
    - push press heavy to light or seated press - same 3-4 sets
    a set or two of higher rep pressing with dumbells
    Lateral raises heavy to light - 3 sets
    rear raises 2-3 sets
    shrugs

    Just simple like that
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    Originally Posted by Ted Nugent View Post
    if you have sh*tty shoulder mobility (tight pecs, biceps tendon, lats) youre not going to be able to get the most out of your delt training, the vast majority of lifters have very bad shoulder/scap mobility and this causes shoulder pain, and a major plateau in shoulder development.
    That, great post op- could add in some mobility movements and definitely some rotator cuff work. Adding in external rotations etc have really improved my shoulder health and also got me through some bench / press plateaus.
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    Originally Posted by MG5 View Post
    Other than the basic info posted in the OP, anyone have any good tips for shoulders? Could be anything. I really need them to grow. Most lagging body part by far. In 5 weeks when I stark bulking again for a looong time I'm going to be hitting each muscle group more frequently. Twice a week but less volume.

    My workouts change every week but typical shoulder workout:

    DB Shoulder Press: 3x8-10
    Behind The Neck Press: 3x8-12
    DB Front Raises: 3x10-15
    DB Lateral Raises: 3-4x10-12
    FacePulls: 3x10-12
    Upright Rows: 3x10-12

    I might be doing too much. I just love the shoulder pump so much lol. Its mainly anterior and medial delts that are lagging. Posterior are actually really good.
    1) the bold is a huge reason behind your shoulder lag
    2) your volume is way too much sub upright row with shrugs, and drop the front raises stick to the program and keep adding reps or weight every time whenever you can.
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    Originally Posted by wanaBsedated View Post
    actually my shoulders overpowered everything when I was at my biggest.. i looked like a cartoon. Heavy explosive lifting grows my shoulders... that may not work for everyone though, depending on genetics and fiber composition. I used to do lateral raises with 70's, 275 standing press. High rep with 75's etc

    my best workout was
    - push press heavy to light or seated press - same 3-4 sets
    a set or two of higher rep pressing with dumbells
    Lateral raises heavy to light - 3 sets
    rear raises 2-3 sets
    shrugs

    Just simple like that
    Your shoulder grow because u found out what works for you.

    Originally Posted by wanaBsedated View Post
    BN presses are fine if you have strong triceps and good shoulder mobility.. some competitive throwers actually do them for rehab, but they have elite level mobility.

    Upright rows are fine of you arent internally rotating your shoulder at the top... so going wide with a lighter weight or doing hang pulls wife a wider grip is fine.
    Agreed.
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    Originally Posted by MG5 View Post
    Other than the basic info posted in the OP, anyone have any good tips for shoulders? Could be anything. I really need them to grow. Most lagging body part by far. In 5 weeks when I stark bulking again for a looong time I'm going to be hitting each muscle group more frequently. Twice a week but less volume.



    I might be doing too much. I just love the shoulder pump so much lol. Its mainly anterior and medial delts that are lagging. Posterior are actually really good.
    I follow your log and I've noticed one thing; you don't do overhead press (OHP)

    In my opinion OHP should be your staple exercise for your anterior deltoids in place of some of the DB stuff you do
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    Came in as I have shoulder day today.

    I do all of these movement except facepull. Will add into routine. Thanks OP. My chest/shoulders combo is what makes me stand out from most other lifters, glad I have something to add now! Repped.
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    Originally Posted by Bliek View Post
    stopped reading at behind the neck presses
    you didn't read my warning on it?

    Originally Posted by VitaCrave View Post
    I follow your log and I've noticed one thing; you don't do overhead press (OHP)

    In my opinion OHP should be your staple exercise for your anterior deltoids in place of some of the DB stuff you do
    Pretty good advice

    Originally Posted by AriesUnleashed View Post
    Came in as I have shoulder day today.

    I do all of these movement except facepull. Will add into routine. Thanks OP. My chest/shoulders combo is what makes me stand out from most other lifters, glad I have something to add now! Repped.
    Thanks man, facepull is one of the most beneficial movements probably comes in 2nd after Seated DB Press for me.
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    i'd stay away from behind the neck shoulder press. I do not have rotator cuff problem but its better be safe than sorry.
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    Subscribed, will implement some of these in next weeks workout. Thx Op
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    Good post OP. I'll hit you with some more reps when I can.
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    Originally Posted by RepTillFailure View Post
    i'd stay away from behind the neck shoulder press. I do not have rotator cuff problem but its better be safe than sorry.
    Originally Posted by wanaBsedated View Post
    BN presses are fine if you have strong triceps and good shoulder mobility.. some competitive throwers actually do them for rehab, but they have elite level mobility.
    This ^

    Originally Posted by KosanFalcon View Post
    Good post OP. I'll hit you with some more reps when I can.
    haha, thanks man
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