Keep your shoulders healthy and strong. Here's how.
Make the gains, save your shoulders. Do this drill before pressing.
Four ways to fix your mobility and push heavier weights over your head.
Delts are hard to grow... if you don't train them right. Here's a workout that'll maximize your overhead press and maximize your gains.
For shoulders, free weights involve too much wasted movement. Not so with cable exercises. Here are 4 that'll blast your delts into oblivion.
Got tiny, narrow shoulders? You need more than heavy overhead work. Try these scorchers.
Are big lifts best for delt size? Is the leg press worthless? And how do you avoid embarrassment at competitions? Answers here.
Want to build your upper body? Move heavy dumbbells slowly. Try this complex.
Combine these two effective lateral raise variations and be ready to go up a T-shirt size.
Fire up your athleticism. Build your shoulders. Get a bulletproof core. And do it all while having some fun. Here's how.
You've seen this lift in strongman competitions. Here's how to do it in a regular gym and smash those delts.
Many experienced lifters have added the face-pull to their training plan, but here's a challenging variation most haven't tried.
Stop overarching your lower back with overhead presses. These 4 exercises will strengthen your core, fix your form, and keep you honest.
Build stronger, healthier shoulders with this unique exercise. Take a look.
This upright row variation is safer and works even better than the traditional version. Check it out.
It's a common problem. Here's how to fix it.
Do this before you do overhead pressing exercises for better shoulder mobility. Bonus: It builds a strong core too.
Use the classic 21's method, normally reserved for biceps, to finally add some size to your delts. Here's how.
Test and improve shoulder rotation with this exercise.
Replace the barbell and you'll stimulate more growth and keep your wrists and shoulders healthier. Here's how.
No muscle fiber is safe with this training method. Here's how to use it to build wider shoulders.
Most lifters do bent-over flyes to hit their rear delts. Here's what they should be doing instead.
This exercise may not be doing much for your shoulders. Here's what will.
Looks weird, but it'll light up your shoulders, chest, lats, and even your traps.
Modify a classic exercise to really add some width to your delts. Here's how.