Kai Greene Posing Tips
The shoulders tend to be the down fall of many athletes, and non-athletes alike. I always found unilateral movements like side laterals to be the best for shaping the delts. Feel free to use dumbbells or cables, both will place great emphasis on the medial and lateral head of the deltoid. We are fortunate enough that when we perform these it's hard to not get that activation we seek. I encourage you to still look deep into your body, imagine seeing the muscle contract and moving the fibers to move the weight. Don't move the weight to move the muscle. Tilt your pinky up so you hit more posterior and lateral or medial head and less anterior head. We see people from time to time perform a variety of chest presses, bench variations and shoulder presses, thus the anterior deltoid becomes over-active. This over activation can cause imbalances in the posterior deltoid and medial or lateral deltoid. We know that imbalance will lead/can to injury which will slow progression and hamper performance. Any injury can derail growth and off set the frequency of your dreams.
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