Tip: Iso-Dynamic Lateral Raise

This is challenging, and it'll trigger new shoulder growth by increasing the time under tension.

Hold one side in an isometric contraction while the other arm moves through a dynamic (concentric and eccentric) movement. You then switch sides.

This simple modification not only helps you to create a new training stimulus, it also creates muscular overload by increasing the time under tension (TUT). By increasing TUT, you increase metabolic stress, a key mechanisms for growth.