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asher roth

Need new shoulder workouts

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Let me know what works the best for you (front, rear, side, & traps) and I'll check them out, thanks.

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Not sure what you do already but I do these:

 

Deltoid raise:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/standing-low-pulley-deltoid-raise

 

Military press:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/standing-military-press

 

Front plate raise:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/front-plate-raise

 

Shoulder press w/bar:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/barbell-shoulder-press

 

I don't do shoulders as much as other muscle groups though so yeah my opinion is what it is.

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Not sure what you do already but I do these:

 

Deltoid raise:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/standing-low-pulley-deltoid-raise

 

Military press:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/standing-military-press

 

Front plate raise:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/front-plate-raise

 

Shoulder press w/bar:http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/detail/view/name/barbell-shoulder-press

 

I don't do shoulders as much as other muscle groups though so yeah my opinion is what it is.

 why do you want a years supply of salad

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 why do you want a years supply of salad

Because I am the Salad Boy. I live and breath salad. It is my life.

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Because I am the Salad Boy. I live and breath salad. It is my life.

 

Just for the record, putting RS3 gold at 30 cents a mill, it'd take you awhile. 

 

1 Bill- 330 dollars

10 Bill- 3,330 dollars

100 Bill- 33,300 dollars

 

The only effective way to obtain such an amount efficiently, would be profiting over other players through staking, luring, or bug abusing. I can't believe this is your goal, lol. 

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Just for the record, putting RS3 gold at 30 cents a mill, it'd take you awhile. 

 

1 Bill- 330 dollars

10 Bill- 3,330 dollars

100 Bill- 33,300 dollars

 

The only effective way to obtain such an amount efficiently, would be profiting over other players through staking, luring, or bug abusing. I can't believe this is your goal, lol. 

Ahh, don't take it to seriously man It's just showing that I want to accumulate as much as possible. 

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Let me know what works the best for you (front, rear, side, & traps) and I'll check them out, thanks.

 

 

This because they're funny and these exercises are top notch and all you need are dumbells:

 

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Your shoulder are a relatively small muscle. They are also worked when you train your chest.

However they should still be trained, I gave them a whole day and results were great.

Exercises:

Seated DB shoulder press (many will probably say a military press but, that's just too much core for me, as you said, you specially want to train your shoulders - also, I like to go heavy. Can't with military press and the smith machine forces an unusual movement, no ty)

Arnold Press, about 2/3 of the weight you do with seated DB presses.

Side detoild raise but with cables, single armed.

Reverse dumbbell flys.

As I said I like to go heavy so 4 sets 8 reps but change how you like.

Basic 3 x 10 works well.

or if you want to gain strength, good ' 5 x 5.

I always do 3 sets 10 - 12 reps on smaller exercises, such as cables, rev db fly etc.

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