March 20, 2013 16:49
Its Friday night, you're bowling with friends. You go to grab that big bad 16oz marble bowling ball. As it leaves your hand, you notice its lovely round shape, and you think to yourself... "Why can't I have delts like that?" Truth is, it's likely you aren't training your delts properly. Many tend to focus on pressing movements, when in reality these primarily activate your front delts. Don't get me wrong, presses are great, but you should also put attention on movements that stimulate all 3 delt heads. You need to focus on the pirate commander movements; cannonball lateral raises (and lots of them - 8 to 12 reps for 6 sets.) Maybe even do a quad drop until failure on your 6th set. Everyone wants to be a wide-load. These widen your taper and give your waste a smaller appearance! Force so much blood in there that you need to install custom wide door frames! You simply won't fit through standard openings anymore. Begin your delt day with high volume lateral raises - make those bowling balls wish they had size and shape like YOUR shoulders! Only when they burn.. Will your brain learn!
Nutrabolics Physique Athlete