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Squat down with a straight back and grab the barbell with an overhand grip. In one swift movement, lift the barbell to your shoulders and sink back down into a squat. Push up through your heels and. Dumbbells are the classic way to train your shoulders and your back. The dumbbell shoulder press is the go-to exercise for increasing strength and muscle growth in your shoulders.

It targets your anterior deltoids as well as your triceps. A good back and shoulder workout focuses on hitting your back muscles—think your lats, rhomboids, and traps—as well as all three parts of your shoulders: your front, side, and rear deltoids, says. A wide upper back and broad shoulders that taper down to a narrow waist is the very definition of aesthetics.

I’ve worked hard to achieve this look, and have found the best strength and hypertrophy gains by working back and shoulders twice per week. My Wide-Back, Boulder-Shoulder Workout is usually the second back-and-shoulder workout in my split. The.

Start in high plank with your palms flat on the floor, hands shoulder-width apart, shoulders stacked directly above your wrists, legs extended behind you, and your core and glutes engaged. Place. That’s why dumbbells are particularly helpful for building your delts (aka deltoids, the muscles of your shoulders), traps (aka trapezius, the muscles of your upper back) and lats (aka latissimus dorsi, the muscles of your mid-back).

Check out the exercise demos below from Forzaglia, our 30-Day Dumbbell Challengehost. One-arm dumbbell rows are a safe, simple exercise for developing shoulder and upper back muscles. Place your left knee and your left hand with your left arm fully extended on a bench. Make sure. This shoulder workout routine takes that training philosophy one step further for hardcore gains.

After a pair of compound moves, you’ll do two shoulder exercises back-to-back for the targeted deltoid head (Shoulder Workout No. 1 focuses on the front head, Shoulder Workout No. 2 the middle and Shoulder Workout No. 3 the rear delt head).

How-To:With a dumbbell in each hand and your chest up, back flat, knees slightly bent and eyes fixed on a point on the floor just ahead of you, bend over at the hips until your torso is nearly parallel to the floor. Let the dumbbells hang directly beneath you with your elbows fixed in a slightly bent position. To build mass, always start your workout with the most demanding exercises—multijoint overhead presses, in the case of the delts—which allow you to push the most weight.

In this mass workout, a second multijoint move is next, followed by single-joint moves for each of the three delts heads: front, middle, and rear.

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Accustom yourself to resuming the notched, slightly forward, released-to-the-sides neutral position of the shoulder girdle when returning from both the forward and reverse motions; this position stabilizes your lengthened spine and frees the upper arm movement associated with the shoulders.

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For most people cranking the body around with the shoulder changes the posture from a spinal twist to something that combines hip prying and triceps brachii massage with three movements of the spine— forward flexion, lateral flexion, and twisting.

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Training programs should therefore focus on shoulder flexibility and strengthening of the shoulder adductors, internal and external rotators, supraspinatus, pectoralis major, triceps, and anterior deltoid muscles [17, 20].

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Using your back muscles to lift your torso, place your hands palms down on the floor under your shoulders, your upper arms perpendicular to the floor, and hug your elbows toward the side of your body as you keep your forearms on the floor.

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LIFTING: Keeping your back in its natural position and your entire torso tight (to prevent any movement that’ll generate momentum and make the lift easier), pull the weights up as high as you can without moving your upper arms forward.

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by Lou Schuler, Alwyn Cosgrove
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Shoulder rotation: Move your shoulders forward and do arm rotations; rotate your arms front and back, six times each way.

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The latissimus pull down machine, the seated press up machine, the triceps extension machine, and the upper body ergometer all do well incorporating bilateral movements and include the shoulder.

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For example, if you have just led your class members in shoulder abduction exercises such as lateral raises and overhead presses for the deltoids, you can now lead them in a stretch involving shoulder adduction, which is the opposite position from the concentric muscle-shortening action of the deltoid exercises.

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Standing to the side of the client, place your fingers to the front (around biceps) and your thumbs to the back (around triceps) and squeeze these two muscles together.

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Keep pulling your elbows all the way backward, which results in your shoulder blades being brought closer to each other as your chest goes forward; it also supports the linear alignment of your spine (refer to the reverse-view photos).

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  • Question to everybody who did this workout: how fast did you started seeing results and after how much days did you get toned arms

  • Usually I skip chest and arms video because they are too much for me ( I am a cook so my arms are always tired), bhut this one is great! The moment I was nearly diyng you said: “now let’s go on the floor” and I came back to life again XD

  • Just making sure 3x 10,8,6 is 10 one set, 8 the second set, and 6 the last set? Or is 10 10 10, 8 8 8, and 6 6 6? Or is it 1 set 10,8,6. 2nd set 10,8,6. Last set 10,8,6?

  • This back, chest and Shoulder workout is great. Different moves, really made me sweat and worked on the core as well. Love Rebecca Louise’s encouragement along the routines!

  • Wow! The most useful video I’ve seen so far among many workoutout videos! Thank you! Totally what i need now when we are not allowed outside and there is no equipment in the house! Not overly difficult to do and minimal setup, thank you so much for making this video! Will be doing this until i can hit the gym again! Stay safe!

  • Some people are so quick to be critical they forget to check sources before jumping to conclusions. This dude was a former soccer player and is a coach. His physique resembles that of a athlete, not a bodybuilder. Being a former athlete I can appreciate the workout because the advice he is giving is things you are taught to have functional strength for sports. Such as, full range of motion, stopping after your form starts to get sloppy to avoid injury, and ect. Again good video and if this workout ain’t for you then find one that suits what you are aiming for.

  • This guy ain’t got a “wide back” or “boulder shoulders”. So why is he preaching like he’s an expert?

    As much use as a chocolate teapot!

  • I have an important question does this workout help in making the shoulder bones come to their given places cuz I have a winging shoulder and would like it to take its place again

  • Rebecca….I love this workout!! This is one of my fav!! Quick question….I struggle with back fat and underarm fat as well….will this workout address both?? I hope it does as it’s one of my favorites!!

  • I was skeptic about Next Level Diet because I thought that I would have to eat only broccoli to lose weight. I am eating only food I like and still losing weight.

  • I was looking for a back and shoulder workout whilst I have a shit before I drive to my gym. This didnt really give me any workout ideas but successfully killed my legs as Iv been pooping for 15mins. When the blood comes back in my legs I’ll go workout now my bum is empty

  • ive followed your workouts for 6 YEARS. i didnt know my arms could look like this i remember when i started doing ur workouts at uni in my local gym, and i built muscle and shoulders instntly. 6 yrs later and i look and feel better than ever tHankYoU ReBeCA!!!!!!!!! <3 <3

  • Did this one three days ago and I’m STILL feeling it! I love these arm workouts, and wish I could be in the Maldives!!!! Thanks, Rebecca!

  • Hi Caroline!
    My mother eagerly waits for your fitness videos and really love what you do.
    She is not tech savvy, hence asked me to compliment and thank you.
    All the love from India!

  • Challenging workout. My upper body isn’t so strong. But I did manage at my own pace. Thanks so much Caroline, as always, YOU ROCK! Cannot wait for the hiit on sunday ⚡

  • Nice. I get better rear delt activation with the floor facepull if I don’t do it as a facepull-just pull with the rear delts until the arm can’t go any farther, and let the hands go where they will. Rotating the shoulders until the hands touch the ground cuts the amount of weight I can move drastically, so it’s not isolating the rear delts.

  • Hope you all enjoyed this one comment below what other muscle groups you’re struggling to grow and I’ll make a video on it! Cheers!

  • I had to skip and modify some of it coz I was short on time… But I still got over 30+ mins of workout!
    Thanx Caroline!
    My upper body feels sore and that feels great! Dunno if I’ll be able to lift my arms tmrw though������

  • I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the fact that she’s using a water bottle. Shes fit and so much stronger but she always reconsiders alternatives when working out. Been watching her since XHIT Daily and she never changed

  • When I saw the first picture, I still thought, oh my god, just let it be. ��
    However, my ambition was bigger and I did it, �� except the handstand, which I can’t do, but there are alternatives
    And once again you showed us that you can only get everything out of yourself with your own body weight if you do it properly. ���� Thank you for that, you power woman
    ������

    Looking forward to tomorrow’s challenge, it will definitely one more highlight ��

  • Wow!! I didn’t know some of those exercises even existed. Couldn’t initially do the pull ups with own body weight because everything I held onto wouldn’t stay still. Eventually found the perfect thing that won’t move an inch. A door frame:). I wouldn’t recommend doing this without a heavy door stop to keep the door from closing and trapping fingers. I feel amazing after that. Thank you Caroline!! ��

  • Man I love your channel, you get to the point thoroughly. Learning alot during quarantine, can wait to apply them soon as gym is open

  • Am I still sore from the other three days? YES
    Am I sore in places I didn’t know could get sored? FOR SURE
    Is this workout hard? KILLER
    Is it my new favorite upper body workout? HELL YEAH
    Thank you Caroline! ����

  • To me this workout seems pretty bland. Where’s deadlifts? Where’s military press?

    This is what I do for back and shoulder:

    Deadlift 4 sets 4-6 reps
    Standing back row 4 sets 4-6 reps
    Weighted chin ups 4 sets 4-6 reps
    Standing military press 4 sets 4-6 reps
    Standing reverse back fly 4 sets 4-6 reps
    Side lateral raise 4 sets 4-6 reps

    On day 2 I do legs and chest.

    Is this bad? Any thoughts on this set up?

  • Hi Caroline! I did all 4 work outs from these Strong and lean series and tomorrow I will do the last one the 5-th, I love your work outs and want to keep on doing them. In this regard I have a question on weekly basis how many days can I have a brake one or two days? For example 5 days workout and two days recovery? Or? What is your opinion? Thank you! I appreciate the job you are doing! By the way I am from Bulgaria and did not know there are Bulgarian lunges and other Bulgarian exercises.:)

  • Did anyone else bang their head against the wall a few times?? ������‍♀️ I only managed to get into the handstand a couple of times and now I’m hooked!! Wrists were killing me but it was so much fun being in that position ���� Thank you so much Caroline for getting my body strong again post-injury!! It feels more and more incredible every week and I can’t wait to see how far we can go! You’ve healed me mind, body and soul thank you!! ��

  • Good grief. Had I not seen it with my own eye I wouldn’t have believed this was possible. Talk about a burn.

    Many thanks from across the pond for a great workout(s)!

  • Whoever is doing the extra 3 right Arm lifts on the end of the workout because he used to, is really my friend �� thanks rebecca, the best motivator

  • Don’t worry about the chatter B. You are helping out plenty of people including me. I look at all of the workouts and there’s something in each one that has and is helping me. They just talk shit for more subscribers that’s all so don’t get all caught up in it. If we ever cross paths one day, I’ll look forward to getting some tips from you and a possible workout. I’m trying to see just how far I can take my physique.

  • Rebecca i lovvve your workouts you are motivating and cheerful and when i look for any workout i just type…Rebecca Louise… thigh…arms..shoulders..boobs lifting…and i find what i am looking for…thank you and love youuuuuu������������

  • Wow this looks intense! So excited to feel the burn����. Can you please consider doing a jump rope workout? Or even a ghost rope workout for those of us who don’t have access to a jump rope. Thank uuuuu����♥️

  • Pat myself on the back!! Ok my arm feels rubbery now! I kept switching from 3 to 5 pound weights! Good grief girl!!! I felt the burn!!!��

  • This one was veeery tough for me ��! I had no trouble with holding a handstand against the wall, but shoulder taps with feet on the chair ���������������������� Loved the challenge though, I really want to gain strength in my shoulders and back. Thank you so much Caroline!

  • Came for a back and shoulder routine, got some dude babbling incoherently for stretches while occasionally mentioning a back and shoulder routine.

  • When I saw the hand stand I was thinking �� “Lets have a rest day”. This is the toughest of the week so far, didn’t manage the hand stand as the bill to replaster the wall would have been to high ������ so did the alternative which was challenging. 10 seconds rest (only a guideline, but when the boss☝️ heads back into the next routine you have to follow �� ) Overall I’m knackered but buzzing. Caroline you mentioned yeterday you were penning this last night when on earth do you get time to film and edit. I know everyone who regularly comments really appreciates this and everyday the content is a surprise �� looking forward to tomorrow and Sundays HIIT. Brillaint Workout ��������⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐�� Thank you ��

  • when i first saw it i was sure i couldn’t do all the exercises, but i did and i’m so proud! also, my abs got REALLY sore the next day from the handstands. i’m amazed!

  • love your vids man. just raw, i feel that the back and shoulder are big to developing everything else. because the back stablizes everything else. to bad I’m just noticing it now and not the last 8 years of lifting lol…

  • Being in lockdown with no equipment, I’m going bat-shit crazy with no gym sessions. I’m grateful to people who offer such helpful information until life gets back to normal. And so I’m wondering why some feel the need to diminish his offerings, and attribute his appearance to steroids? Why not instead, drop the judgment calls, put down the bag of Doritos, give his workouts a try?

  • hey Bradley how many exercises would you recommend for back and for shoulders?

    I seen Lee Haney did about 4 and 4.

    is training these two body parts together good?

  • Every day I do some of your videos since 2 months and this has been one of the strongest and most tired, but I managed the hand stand without problem at first. I loved it. Tks Caroline. Saludos desde Mexico

  • I am completing your strong and lean week series this week and this has been kicking my butt!!! I love every minute and can’t want to finish the week off tomorrow with the full body finisher tomorrow. Thanks again for making challenging workouts for us to do at home! ��

  • My arms and shoulders are the weakest part of my body. I am beginning my strength journey with this video, using 1.5 kg weights. Loved day 1!

  • I love these no-equipment bodyweight advanced workouts! Please keep the more advanced exercises coming and intertwined! Love the challenge and creativity! Thank you!!

  • Wow, wow, wow!! Watch me do a handstand, Caroline‼️‼️���������� I didn’t do it for many years �� What are you turning me into, Coach?�������������������� Thanks for all your time ����⚡️��������❤️✨

  • Not sure if it’s just me or not but I can literally feel (with my hand) when my rear delt stops “working” (for lack of a better term) when my elbow is behind my body in an upright position compared to a more bent over position

  • Amazing workout Caroline❤️. Every time you surprise us by a creative exercises. I wanna know the dumbell’s weight that you usually use, because I wanna build my arm muscles even if I am a type 1 diabetic. So, sometimes it’s hard to do some exercises.

  • I have a new found appreciation for Body Weight Pull Overs! ��Didn’t attempt the hand stand holds but the alternative was still effective! Great workout, thanks Caroline ��

  • Caroline!! Greetings from Bogotá, Colombia. I discovered your page recently and I love it madly. I do all your workouts on a daily basis and they are very top. Don’t stop sharing. Regards:)

  • Omg! I had to put it on silent to be able to watch the exercises…. Has anyone told you that a good workout video need non stop without even taking breath talking? You need to say the BASIC instructions. The rest could pop up written and the more detailed info, in the description below. Gosh what a headache i caught….

  • OMG! I was having nightmares about this workout.. How I was gonna carry myself to pike.. But I did it. Of course, I don’t know how to hand stand yet, but this got me fired up to train some more on my upper body strength to carry myself.
    The rest of the workout wasn’t all that hard, my son (who’s five) came on to cheer me up and work a few moves with me!.

    Thank you for all these great workouts.. I am loving them!!!

  • I am 284 lbs and I am trying to get back into working out again and eating right. I worked out often but I aint the wrong foods now I am getting both together. I am going to start these workouts tommorow thank you bro!!

  • The movement where you’re simulating a dumb bell pullover, sliding your feet on the floor. Can you substitute this for an ab wheel? Would it have similar effectiveness?

  • Good morning my incredible, smiled, sunny inspiration����I’m addicted to your workouts, honestly! I would like to ask you sth cause you obviously know what you’re doing. I’ve been using neoprene shorts for weight loss from 2 years. Since you look unbelievable shredded and fit, do you think they work or is it only placebo effect? I’ll appreciate your specialist’s opinion☺Wish you have wonderful and amazing day❤☉

  • This was intense for shoulders… My shoulders are really sore but still managed to do this workout ����Tomorrow will be finishing up this series with Day 5 workout ��❤️

  • Hey Rebecca <3
    Love your workouts, love your podcast and your energy!
    And in this video I really looove your leggins where did you get them?!
    Keep on sharing your journey and your workouts:D
    I’m gonna visit you one day, you now, that’s one of my really big dreams ’cause that means I’ve gotten so much further in my journey

  • This was a very hard one today, I kept going but wow going to take a, while for me to get then pikes, I managed half way through then had to stop and re position myself so I was doing them right
    Those tuck roles where amazing part from I kept catching my hair on my sofa leg lol �� but I eventually got the position right and kept going all the way through,
    This is a brilliant strength training one which I hope my shoulders will get stronger, but I love the challenge also I keep going till the end, but wow burpes and lunges ouch
    Can’t wait for day 5 tomorrow
    Thank you for another great workout

  • Nice video but there was a small mistake @ 5:00. This is not shoulder external rotation, what you are doing is supination. External rotation of the shoulder is the rotation of the arm bone around its long axis, which will result in a circular movement of the entire forearm in a bent elbow. In other words, if you wanna externally rotate the shoulder in that position, you should flare the dumbbells up and outwards moving only the forearm with the elbow and shoulder locked in place.

  • You did it again��! When I saw the thumbnail, I prayed to the Almighty to not forsake me today��������. What a workout! Not even gonna check to see what tomorrow holds. I’m committed. Thanks Caroline!!!!

  • I think I’m doing the bodyweight pullovers wrong, I’m not able to feel them in my lats instead I feel it more in my core. Any suggestions as to what I’m doing wrong and how I can improve upon it?

  • Hi Rebecca
    I have been doing your different shoulder and arms workout using 1.5-2 kg weights. My arms are toning but I have noticed instead of my shoulders getting tonned they are actually getting wide.
    What different I can do to make my shoulders and arms tonned and bit smaller.

  • ive said it before. your personality is why i bother watching your vids. dont feel this need to stop talking creatively and funny and then cut straight to the workout and be boring. all the waffle at the beginning of your videos is funny as fuckkkkk

  • It was sooo hard, even with the modifications (feet on the couch instead of handstands)! Bodybuilders use to say ‘no pain, ni gain’…with all the pain this morning, I expect serious gains �� My arms are DEAD! Caroline, you’re a beast (in the good way!!) ������

  • Everything looks easy when you do it. But when I try to do the same thing in the gym, I just can’t perform them with the proper form. In future videos, please show the exercises a little longer and from a long angle without any camera cuts.

  • Loving the balance between functional strength over lifting strength. There are so many ego lifters that doesn’t split their workouts correctly. That’s why they’re just massive but weak in general.

  • Brad, I realized that you are using the best technique to achieve a better result on the back. Not fully stretching his arms, because I realized that the stretch, was losing the tension in the back muscles. You are to be congratulated. Sorry for my bad english

  • ok. glad ive watched your videos, cuz no lie i was like ok ya he strong and thats bad ass but hes still a dude-bro. but after watching this I’m like the girl version of u minus the size so I’ll work on that… ima go follow on ig…

  • I’ve been using this video for a few weeks because it’s the best I’ve found on YouTube. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us!

  • Bruh love ur stuff!! Great vids ���������������� but my boy u live west coast but stay rocking east coast music nas mobb deep biggie love it kid just come to ny!!!!! C how we get down!

  • I was skeptic about Next Level Diet because I thought that I would have to eat only broccoli to lose weight. I am eating only food I like and still losing weight.

  • Hi mam I love u exercises but I have one doubt these exercises will reduce the size of Shoulders Arms and chest areas just I want to know please reply to this please

  • what’s up Bradley can u go more in depth with each exercise and really give good tips you use to get the best out of each exercise! it would be much appreciated man, keep grinding!

  • Reminder for myself
    1:42 Pike Press up 4×10
    2:02 Towel Pulldown 4×10
    3:11 Side Plank Reach Throughs 4×10 both sides
    3:56 Snow Angels 4×12
    4:51 Bodyweight Pull overs 4×10
    5:53 Body Rows 4×10
    8:00 Shoulder Tap Holds 4×20
    8:52 Towel Side To Sides 4×10
    9:47 Towel Iso holds 30s

  • Hallo liebe Grüße von mir, Du bist so süß und einfach nur zum knuddeln, kuscheln und lieb haben,ein frechen Blick was schön ist gefällt mir, bleib so natürlich, alles liebe und viel Glück weiterhin ♥️ kennen lernen so Fort,

  • Hello Rebecca!
    I’ve been doing this routine for about two weeks now and eating healthy. I had hoped to lose arm fat and sculp my arms and shoulders. I noticed that my strength has improved, but I look bulkier. I have a feeling that I gained muscle, but haven’t lost any arm fat. And I feel a bit discouraged by that. Do you have any tips for me?

  • I watch you’re video to see how you workout,I can’t listen to it,you have a filthy mouth,you look like you know what you are doing,but you sound like ��

  • It looks like you train your right forearm way too much because it’s noticeably bigger than your left….. Maybe switch hands bro…

  • This workout was great, I got a good pump in y back and shoulders, about time I got t those Arnold’s I was spent, definitely doing it again

  • Yes, he looks awesome. But let’s be clear here, he’s clearly on steroids -you think you get a body like that use bodyweight and a towel? C’mon folks. Plus in 10 years time, his vital organs will most likely be damaged -steriods overstrain and damage your liver, heart, kidney and arteries; that isn’t pretty at all and is a BIG price to pay,

  • Hello Caroline! I did your workout today my arms and back are on fire. I did handstand for first time but at one time fell down and hurt my face but after many trials I finally did it. Thank you for such a good motivation ��☺️

  • Now i know how to do these muscles at home. Thanks. Really appreciate your video. U gave me what i was looning for. That’s good enough. I’m not here to know whether u r on steroid or not, whether these exercises can build muscle. Well, u already said it. It only meant to activate the muscles during this difficult times:)

  • Nice chest stash bro. JK keep up the good work. You motivated me to start lifting and I use your programs to try and get shredded.

  • I do love you videos and I train on them almost every day, but I really didn’t get it: WHY so many reps of bodyweight pullover in a shoulder and back training??

  • Great shoulder and back workout! I used to be a competitive gymnast and doing those handstands brought back memories! Lol Never felt it back then like I did today but it felt good to know at 50 I can still do a handstand that many times for that amount of time. The body weight pullovers were tricky at first as I was using my of my abs but once i figured out to use my last I definitely felt it there and I know I will feel all this tmw!���� thank you Caroline! so glad I found you on YouTube. I have been doing your videos every day except Saturdays (bootcamp) and Sundays (rest day) and I have never been bored! Actually put my gym membership on hold to continue to do your workouts!!!❤️��❤️��

  • Looking ahead at next week, how would you substitute a handstand? This is 1st exercise included in your workouts that I won’t be able to execute. Not a chance. Handstands and I have a long history of failures.:-(

  • In the barbell high row exercise ( 2:38) I suggest a supinated grip to get into external rotation. External rotation is a component motion of the rear delt as it assists the rotator cuff muscles to externaly rotate

  • Is this a good program/workout for shoulders?:

    • Seated Dumbbell Shoulder press, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Single Cable Lateral Raises, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Seated Dumbbell Reverse Fly, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Partial Lateral Raises, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Single Cable Front Raises, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Dumbbell Shrugs, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

    • Dumbbell incline row, rear delt shoulders, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps

  • Haha so much energy, great workouts, freaking love your videos man, real big and real humble, much respect, got my support all day!

  • Thanks Jeremy. I’ve been struggling to get my rear delts to grow. My shoulders are looking ripped but the rear is clearly underdeveloped. This will help a lot!

  • The workout number 1 you spoke about, if done without resting your body on an incline bench, can horribly go wrong and give you a terrible injury in your rhomboids…talking from experience.

  • why would you take advice off a guy like this who’s shoulders look like a 15 year old boys lol…. I spotted loads of mistakes he was making form wise

  • Hey Rebecca! Love Love Love your workouts! Does this workout lift and plump the breasts? Great move combination! I’m going to be doing this today! ��

  • Hi sir! While we r doing complete shoulder exercise which one we have to do first kneeling face pulls or lean on ground face pulls?

  • Hey Caroline, I have been following you since around the time you had around 3K subscribers and look at the numbers now, it’s 69.5 K already!!!, within a span of few days ♥♥. I have been doing only your workouts off late along with my runs, and I must admit nothing has made me feel so sore and effective recently as your workouts do. Thank you so, so very much for these gems. I have a quick question, I don’t have any particular goals, but I do want to get a more defined and athletic-looking body, will it be okay if I just blindly do the daily exercises you post each day?

  • Great tips. I had a weakness there and I am applying these in my routine although I still have some issues to work on the form. I found the rear delt cable pull extremely useful as it targets one of my main weak spot. Thank you for this great video.