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    For the push/pull/leg crew, what's your shoulder exercises look like?

    Personally I only do two shoulder exercises after chest on the push day. It's either DB side lateral raises and bent over db raises. And I rotate a pressing exercise every other workout with an iso move. I'm more about frequency than high volume, it works for an old dude like me.
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    I do a good bit of volume overall, but only 2 shoulder exercises on push day. I alternate days of standing barbell shoulder press with seated arnold press, and use lateral raises as my current accessory. I also do rear delts on pull day.

    Oh I also do low to high cable flys every other push day and those hit the front delts a bit I guess.
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    I do standing barbell press as a primary lift and Ill do side lateral raises and db hip huggers (on jeff cavalier's recommendation) as supplementary. Face-pulls on pull day.
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    Originally Posted by KidFreeze View Post
    Personally I only do two shoulder exercises after chest on the push day. It's either DB side lateral raises and bent over db raises. And I rotate a pressing exercise every other workout with an iso move. I'm more about frequency than high volume, it works for an old dude like me.
    OHP is crucial, but theres a ton out there. Arnold press, upright rows, front raises, supinated grip front raises, rear delts,db shoulder press etc.
    consistency will get you there faster than drive. https://youtu.be/AkfU6iWqr8c
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    Push Pull Leg Crew Checking in. Here is my shoulder part of the workout....
    Push Day
    OHP (crucial)
    Side Raises
    Dumbbell OHP (if i have time)

    Pullday
    Facepulls
    RearDelt raises
    (rear delts are important!)
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    Originally Posted by aestheticshaz View Post
    OHP is crucial, but theres a ton out there. Arnold press, upright rows, front raises, supinated grip front raises, rear delts,db shoulder press etc.
    upright rows are the worst lift if you care about shoulder health.
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    Originally Posted by dgoyena216 View Post
    upright rows are the worst lift if you care about shoulder health.
    I do them with a wide grip (or with dumbells) and I don't feel pain.
    I felt more pain from Arnold press or from barbell behind the neck press.
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    Chest is a priority right now. Literally all I do for delts is lying cuff lateral raises.
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