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    se11 is offline Associate Member
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    Delt workout

    I need a Delt workout I can stick to. Meaning Front, Back, and Middle Delt. I usually do delts after bi's or something like that. I like doing Lateral Raises, does anyone have anything else I can add to fill in my workout.

    1.Lateral Raises(3 sets, 8-10 reps)
    2.??? (3 sets 8-10 reps)
    3.??? (3 sets 8-10 reps)
    4.??? (2 sets 8-10 reps)

    What can fill in the ???. I want to hit every angle of the delts in the exercise. Can anyone help me out?

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    upright rows, and I also like to alternate between front and side lateral raises

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    dukebrown is offline New Member
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    What is your training split??? That is very important. But a must for large delts is overheadpress, upright rows.

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    MMC78 is offline Senior Member
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    I don't like upright rows--too much traps for me, so I'm baised...

    Delts aren't large muscles and consequently don't require that many sets.

    3 sets dumbell shoulder press
    3 sets lateral raise
    3 sets bent over lateral raise

    I also like to throw in lying side laterals every couple of workouts.

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    kboxer is offline Junior Member
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    I do 3 military press, 3 dumbell press, 3 side raise. Rear delts with back

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    needmorestrength is offline Anabolic Member
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    Canada eh
    I read some good information on abc bodybuilding....Super set a military press with front raises.. and do WIDE grip pullups supersetted with static hold side laterals!! Tried last week and it was awsome

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