When it comes to exercise the upper body most active practitioners focus on training the muscles of the chest and arms and completely neglect proper development of the shoulders. To properly developed upper body despite the large chest muscle and massive hands it is necessary to have well-developed and wide shoulders. Large and well developed shoulders will allow proper posture of the upper body and thus complete the correct view of the fully developed body. To make a proper training program first and foremost you need to know which muscles consists shoulder to avoid pain in this muscle group during the frequent intense workouts and to avoid irregular development of this muscle group where usually pushing practice only a part of the shoulder.
Rear side (the posterior head)
The rear side is usually less practiced muscles of the shoulder in the training of this muscle group. Properly developed rear shoulder will allow massive and broad shoulders and will provide an opportunity to lift more weight for much of the pull movements where the rear side is activated as a secondary muscle group. Any exercise program for shoulder should include a straightforward exercise for the back side of the following exercises: standing dumbbell bent lateral raise, rear deltoid laterals using the pec deck machine, incline reverse flys and seated dumbbell bent lateral raise exercise.
Front side (the anterior head)
The front arm activated as a secondary muscle group in all push movements is the most practiced of the shoulder of all active practitioners (excessive directly exercise this part of the shoulder with lifting heavy weights when performing thrust flat and incline bench main reasons improperly developed shoulders and unpleasant pain in the shoulder during and after every workout for the upper body). It is therefore recommended if you make frequent training to build throughout the week workout Shoulder contain only 1 direct exercise anterior shoulder.
Secondary side (the lateral head)
Secondary arm is responsible for lateral movement and hand movements in everyday physical activities and proper exercise of this part of the shoulder is the key to getting massive and broad shoulders. This part of the shoulder is a little involved as a secondary muscle groups to perform some complex exercises (mostly compound exercises represent these exercises shoulder). Overhead press and arnold press exercise represent complex exercises for shoulder muscles where the secondary side are activated greatly. Each training shoulder also should include 1-2 exercises isolating exercises secondary shoulder some of the variants of side dumbbell raises and exercise wide grip upright rows exercise.
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