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THE IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING YOUR SHOULDER MUSCLES

If you find yourself at computer desk job, chancers are you have imbalance in your shoulders. A forward rounding posture can be the result of overactive anterior (front deltoids). Training your shoulders can help improve posture and shoulder health. The wider your shoulders are the smaller your waist will look. Your shoulders will benefit from exercises designed to strengthen supporting muscles while gently increasing your range of motion. Maintaining strength and flexibility in your shoulders also reduces stress across the joints. The shoulder is the most moveable and unstable joint in the body,  The “ball” in the upper arm is actually larger than the socket that holds it, and with range of motion being so great, it is susceptible to injury.to remain stable, it must be kept in place by muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Therefore, it is very important to make sure these soft tissues are strengthened to keep the shoulder strong , flexible,  and more coordinated. 

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SIDE LATERAL SHOULDER RAISES

The best exercise available for working the lateral head of the deltoids. The benefits of the lateral raise extend to increase shoulder mobility.  This exercise can be done in different variations.

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SEATED DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS

This exercise strengthens the shoulder muscle and gives it size, as well as your triceps and trapezius muscles.

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STANDING DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS

This exercise improves your strength and targets a variety of upper body muscles. It increases bone strength as well during the lift, the load placed on your bones by the weights stresses. Improves your stability in arms shoulders and torso.

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BARBELL UPRIGHT ROWS

Upright rows are good for strengthening and shaping your shoulders. This exercise targets your shoulders and upper back, it works the front and middle deltoids as well trapezius, rhomboids and even your biceps muscles.