Shoulder Exercises

Exercises with your shoulders as the primary target:

  • Front Deltoid Raise - Resistance Tube

    This isolates the front of your shoulders and can be done back to back with other shoulder, biceps, and triceps exercises for a power workout and ultra fast transitions.

  • Front Deltoid Raise - Stability Ball

    This will tone the front of your shoulders while providing lower body support since you are seated on the ball.

  • Internal Rotation - Machine

    Using a cable provides constant tension and allows you to monitor the weight you are using then increase or decrease when appropriate.

  • Internal Rotation - Resistance Tube

    This should be included in everyone's workout to keep the shoulder's rotator cuff muscles strong, and since tubes are portable, you can do this almost anywhere.

  • Lateral Deltoid Raise - Free Weight

    This exercise helps add shape to your shoulders and can help develop good posture.

  • Lateral Deltoid Raise - Stability Ball

    Work your shoulders and your posture at the same time by sitting on the ball.

  • Lateral Deltoid Raise - Machine

    This can be done at almost any gym by using a cable and a single grip handle.

  • Lateral Deltoid Raise - Resistance Tube

    This can be done back to back with other shoulder, biceps, and triceps exercises for a power workout. The tube provides constant tension and will fatigue your shoulders quickly.

  • Rear Deltoid Fly - Stability Ball

    This strengthens muscles which help your body with proper posture. Many of us suffer from sloppy posture throughout the day, so combat it with this exercise.

  • Rear Deltoid Fly - Machine

    This exercise counteracts the forward-rounded position most of us assume throughout our day by working at the computer, driving, or walking with a backpack. This exercise guides you through a safe range of motion while strengthening your rear shoulders.

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