If you are doing barbellpress hold your thumbs parallell to the floor by doing so, your body changes slightly and you start to work your side delts more instead of the front...one more thing you could do is, while doing side laterals, point your thumbs down towards the floor...that changes your body a little bit and involves close to only the side delts
Besides that do lots LOTS of rear delt work. Cause its there the shoulder width is
FUCK, I don`t understand the last one... =,(
Sorry for being retarded, I just cannot understand the word formation in the sentence. English are not if my firzt languagogoge.
And does the grip for the shoulder presses really target more the central deltoid ? Source ?
Although I fucking love you already for this info, thank you :3
Agreed. If you by force want to train your anterior deltoids too, you should start you shoulder workout either by training your lateral or posterior deltoids first. After you've done those, then do a couple of sets of shoulder presses or something like that. This method at least causes a great pump.I agree fully and have been applying that theory to my delt training for years. Your anterior deltoid gets trained on chest and overhead presses, for such a small muscle that is too much to train it by itself.
Very often 2 pressing movements is just too much. You really should concentrate to your lateral and posterior delts. One good option is to do some pressing movement at the end of the shoulder workout when the delts are already pumped up!2 good pressing movements...1 side lateral movement and training rear delt with back works for me! do some reverse peck deck flyes right after back!!gives a good pump!!