Lighter weights are the real key to getting bigger delts much faster, and ultimately to being able to lift more on your heavy compound lifts. Of course, heavy training should remain a part of your shoulder training routine, but if you’re excluding the use of light weights in your shoulder workouts, this is likely holding back the size of your delts! So get ready for the hardest "light" set you've ever done!
A fully developed set of shoulders can do a lot to enhance the appearance of your upper body. Wider shoulders are what create a larger more balanced look, so this is not a muscle group you want to neglect! To fix this common workout oversight, I’m going to show you my 12 best shoulder exercises!
The classic theory of “Front, Middle and Rear” delt exercises is a good start. But, it’s not enough. Because the shoulder is a three dimensional ball and socket joint, you have a great deal of motion available to you on your shoulder exercises. You’re going to want to find exercises that tap into that full range of motion, and our Perfect Workout is designed to do that.
I'm going to ask you two questions that I want you to answer honestly. Ready? 1) Do you do dedicated rear delt training? 2) If so, do you use rear delt flys as part of that? The correct answer might shock you...