Category Archives: Training : Shoulders

  • Because they’re a smaller muscle group, it can take less effort to get your shoulders looking great. Your shoulders are also great assets that help to give your body a strong but feminine overall look by adding some extra curves. …read more

  • Your shoulder muscles are your deltoids. There are three of them: middle, posterior (back) and anterior (front). Strong shoulder muscles help with any effort in which you push weight overhead, or to the side or front of the body. Well-defined …read more

  • This workout comprises of a total of 9 sets and 4 exercises. Muscle groups worked are the front, middle and side shoulders as well as the traps. This workout should be performed once per week only to allow for adequate …read more

  • The seated dumbbell press is one of the most popular mass builders for the shoulders! Set up for the exercise by getting an adjustable angle bench and setting the back to 90 degrees. Grasp a pair of dumbbells and sit …read more

  • The dumbbell lateral raise is a good exercise for building width in your upper body which gives you the “V” shape. Grab a set of dumbbells and stand straight up with the dumbbells at your sides. Your palms should be …read more

  • Grab a the set of dumbbells you want to use and sit on the end of a flat bench with your knees together. Place the dumbbells between your feet and the end of the bench. Lean over until your chest …read more

  • The barbell upright row is one of the best exercises for building the upper traps and shoulders. Load up a barbell with the weight you want to use and stand facing it with your feet at around shoulder width apart. …read more

  • 22/11/2011

    As bodybuilders we are all pursuing the ‘perfect’ body which means fulfilling our full potential. The concept of a perfect body can mean different things to different people. For example some bodybuilders, both male and female prefer the ‘bigger is …read more

  • 11/11/2011

      It could be argued that the shoulders also represent an attractive muscle group to have developed. ‘Shoulders maketh the man’ as the saying goes. It is true that they do symbolise a very masculine image. Evidence of which can …read more

  • The shoulders are among the most difficult of body parts to train.   For one thing, the shoulder, or deltoid, is comprised of three heads: the anterior (front), the medial (middle), and the posterior (rear).   There’s no single exercise …read more

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