Try this 45 minute shoulder workout to completely fry your delts.
INBA/PNBA Pro Bodybuilder David Larson, joins Gabe Tuft for this intense and fast shoulder workout. Full workout below the video.
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Fast shoulder workout exercise #1: Standing military press
Gabe and David started light, with just the bar. Then they slowly added weight. If you are uncomfortable with performing behind the neck presses, don’t do them. Proper form is crucial on these. Be sure you only go to a 90 degree angle with the bend in your arms, or slightly beyond. Also, be sure not to force your neck out in front of you and cause additional strain. This is about relaxing the neck and focusing on the shoulders.
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Fast shoulder workout exercise #2: Seated dumbbell shoulder press
You will need to drop the weight a little compared to what you typically use for this shoulder exercise. Remember, you just blasted them with the standing press so you’re going to burn out faster than usual. If you can increase the weight each set, be sure to do that.
Fast shoulder workout exercise #3: Seated side raises super set with standing upright rows, close grip.
Strict form for both of these shoulder exercises will ensure that you maximize your muscle growth here. Avoid swinging on both of these exercises and use the mind-muscle connection to contract the delts to move the weight. As you saw in the video, it doesn’t take a lot of weight for Gabe and David to get a nasty pump.
Fast shoulder workout exercise #4: Reverse pec deck rear delt flies
Sit reverse in the pec deck machine and set the seat so that your arms are just slightly above your shoulders. Then, flare your elbows and keep a slight bend in them. Try to maintain the same degree of bend in your elbows for the entire movement. This is not a rowing motion, this is a fly. Your elbow bend shouldn’t change at any point in the range of motion.