Too many times in the gym
Too many times in the gym I see very developed anterior delts (front of the shoulder) and very little development in the posterior delts (back of the shoulder). You're never going to have round, well-balanced shoulders unless you learn to correctly target the back of your shoulders. In this video we discuss some techniques and exercises to get that targeted development you're looking for.
James Grage -
Hey bro, could you do a vid showing the correct way to do a face pull. There are a hundred different videos telling you to do them a hundred different ways but I'd really like to get your take on it. Top vid Bro, thanks.
CGI. That's some advanced technique right there. Thanks for the video. Also, on some days, to avoid my rhomboids and traps from doing the work, what I do is I retract them first and then do the reps. That way, I know for sure they're not the ones doing the work because they're already in a locked position. When coupled with tightened abs and in the standing position leaning forward, I find this method to be effective for strengthening my stabilizer muscles at the same time.
Good advice again I was doing the mistake of overextending the movement to the point my rhomboids and traps were kicking in... I'm going to try this today. Thanks again for your vids.
I tried them. Love it! Thank you!! Never felt so good to have those hot shoulders at the end of work out. Trying out others now.
Thank you so much for this, James! I always learn so much from your videos. Truly an inspiration!
Mark Coles explains key
Mark Coles explains key exercise principles around rear delt training. A few tweaks and you'll be feeling your delts like you've never done before.
an British version of athleanx,much better voice on the ear.???
thanks for the good advices mate, as always, cheers
This the most frustrating video being honest. Go straight to the exercise
Reaching really helped, excellent que, thx mark
Another great video. Keep up the good work.