-Delt touch-up today after a Back workout, focus was on blood flow with a mechanical style cluster drop set (so many big words!). This could also be used as a great finisher exercise at the end of a shoulder day.
-Prone on an incline bench with 10lb DBs: 20 reps DB front raise, 10sec rest, 20 reps DB scaption (angle between a front and lateral raise for simplicity) lateral raise, 10sec rest, 20 reps DB reverse fly, 10sec rest, 20 reps DB side laterals, 90-120sec rest
-Seated with 15lb DBs: Same exercise/rep/rest format as above
-Standing with 20lb DBs: Same exercise/rep/rest format as above
-Starting prone (face down) on the incline really isolates each head more since you're not able to use momentum due to body position.
-Seated is a little easier so to make 20 reps harder we added weight
-Standing is easiest so we added even more weight, some controlled momentum was used since the shoulders were fried.
Try it out and let me know what you think!
Dr. Bradley Evsich, PT, DPT, ACSM-CPT, CSCS, FNS
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