Male Shoulders Strength Anatomy

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Chapter 3 : Male Shoulders Strength Anatomy

Male Shoulders Strength Anatomy arrow_upward

  • Seated Front Presses
  • Upright Row

  • Seated Front Press arrow_upward

  • The Seated Front Press is a weight training exercise in which a weight is pressed from the shoulders until it is locked out overhead.

  • How to do Seated Front Press?

  • Sit on a bench with back support in a squat rack.
  • Position a barbell at a height that is just above your head.
  • Grab the barbell with a pronated grip (palms facing forward).
  • Once you pick up the barbell with the correct grip width, lift the bar up over your head by locking your arms.
  • Hold at about shoulder level and slightly in front of your head.
  • Lower the bar down to the shoulders slowly as you inhale.
  • Lift the bar back up to the starting position as you exhale.
  • Repeat for the recommended amount of repetitions.
  • It impacts on two muscles
    • Primary: Deltoids.
    • Secondary: Deltoids, Triceps brachii.

    Upright Row arrow_upward

  • The upright row is a weight training exercise performed by holding a grip with the overhand grip and lifting it straight up to the collarbone.

  • How to do Upright Row?

  • Grasp a barbell with an overhand grip that is slightly less than shoulder width.
  • The bar should be resting on the top of your thighs with your arms extended and a slight bend in your elbows.
  • Your back should also be straight. This will be your starting position.
  • Now exhale and use the sides of your shoulders to lift the bar, raising your elbows up and to the side.
  • Keep the bar close to your body as you raise it.
  • Continue to lift the bar until it nearly touches your chin.
  • Lower the bar back down slowly to the starting position.
  • Inhale as you perform this portion of the movement.
  • Repeat for the recommended amount of repetitions.
  • It impacts on three muscles:
  • Primary Muscles:
    • Trapezius
    • The deltoids
    • The biceps

    Possible Injuries in Shoulder Exercises arrow_upward

  • Torn ligaments/tendons in shoulders.
  • Elbow/wrist strains.
  • Torn or damaged Rotator Cuff.
  • Injury caused by dropping the bar on oneself.

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