Best shoulder workouts?

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Theron, Sep 18, 2012.



  1. death

    death Active Member Full Member

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    no, and no. smart ass.
     
  2. death

    death Active Member Full Member

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    so I can't lift a car for strength if I want because cars are only for driving. and this is for this, and this is for that. don't be so naive.
     
  3. democritus2k

    democritus2k New Member Full Member

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    Yea, I used to lift my fat girlfriend to get swole in the biceps. Totally swole!
     
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  4. death

    death Active Member Full Member

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    I was doing pullips at my park when a little kid came up and said those ****** bars are for playing, and you are clearly working out do you have to stop. so I started to run in the volley ball sand. then some one yelled hey! that's volleyball sand you can't run like that. eventually I was escorted out of the park by the right way people.
     
  5. death

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    yethat's we what your saying that if weights were available it would be a better choice, I was just giving an alternative if weights were unavailable. now more shoulders!
     
  6. r1p00pk

    r1p00pk Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Push Press is a good one
     
  7. democritus2k

    democritus2k New Member Full Member

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    I must be using way too much leg drive on push presses, I hardly feel them on my shoulders.
     
  8. r1p00pk

    r1p00pk Well-Known Member Full Member

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    as the weight gets heavier, you have no choice but to use both :good
     
  9. Primadonna Kool

    Primadonna Kool Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Bench Press, Push ups......simple.

    What's the point in doing a military press, or any over head lifts..?

    I tell you what guys, keep on doing these exercisers and in afew years time.

    You're shoulders will be ****ed.
     
  10. r1p00pk

    r1p00pk Well-Known Member Full Member

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    thats true but ever exersize has there risks. My elbows would really kill from doing bench presses unless i iced them. Deadlifts etc.
     
  11. coachsootz

    coachsootz New Member Full Member

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    For those who prefer a more simplified approach to deltoid training, a combination of overhead press, horizontal press, and narrow grip row can provide good deltoid development for the majority of people. Advanced lifters may choose to add the lateral raise for a slightly increased focus on the middle deltoid, but for most individuals, these exercises should suffice.