Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Nev, Oct 12, 2005.
Give me a routine to build some size on these little guys..
yes, yes they do
here ya go
take a weight thats good for 10 reps, use dumbbells
do side lateral raises, front lateral raises, rear lateral raises
10 reps each, one set after the other, thats one GIANT set
do this 3 times for a total of 3 sets, you can use different weight for each movement as you will be stronger on certain ones.
fronts 40x10 this is all one set
rear 30 x 10
do this for 3 sets
now go onto db shoulder press for 3 sets of 10 reps, be careful as you will be alot weaker then usual, choose your weight carefully
now go onto barbell shrugs ( use your own weights, heavier or lighter depending on what you normally do)
thats it, you wont be able to brush your teeth after but you will be swollen beyond belief
you can thank purevl
do shoulders 2x a week for 6 weeks. Don't do the same routine each week either.
How do you do rear lateral raises?
are you retarded giving him that routine? He's obviously a beginner so you don't want to over load him.
Try doing some basic movements to get your form down and less is more in your situation.
just because his shoulders are little doesn't mean he's a beginner, he could just mean little in comparison to the rest of his massive body
That's a good one actually or strict form push presses & military presses.Lately for shoulders I've been hitting the bradford presses followed by power cleans.
my shoulders suck too by far my worst body part.
bradford presses are badass....i just have a problem with hitting the bar on the back of my head when i am coming back up off my shoulder as i get near the end of my sets
I can't do too many jery-sudden movements...i broke my collar bone really bad last year, and it always pops around. I don't know how it would hold up to weighted-jerky movement.
That wouldn't be a cone head.
BB Military Press
DB Lateral Raises
Upright Rows/Rear Delt Raises (whatever you like better)
and my bi's
so harsh filmy...so damn harsh...
i do arnolds, bb press (seated bringing them down in front of you), and some lateral raises (the ones that look like nazi marching).
also on chest day i use db's instead of bb for flat and incline
-Start w/ DB Military 4x10
-THen front lateral raise (when weights are perpendicular move them to the front and do a reverse front raise, then go up with the front raise, extend them wide and go down with a lateral raise) - need light weight for this...4x10
- Rear raises after that 4x10
-finish with 3 sets of dips each set until failure...
I do tri's with shoulders, and dips catch the rear shoulder as well as tris....
dips work the rear delts? Shit that news to me. To think I was always under the assumption it put stress on the anterior deltoid muscle.
So you concede it work the shoulder, yet rag on using it as a shoulder exercise...im confused...
YOu have no idea how to work your shoulders. YOu do not do dips as a shoulder movement. If you had any common sense you would know that most people have OVERdeveloped anterior deltoid muscles compared to posterior and medial heads. You don't want to use the anteriors more than you have to as the imbalance will often lead to tears.