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Anonymous 21/12/16(Thu)01:59 No. 38782
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Im struggling to build this body part, tried latteral, side raise but i havnt seen improvement. Anyhelp and tips?


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Anonymous 21/12/16(Thu)15:48 No. 38783

Try Egyptian Raises and Hammer Curls. It will help you out.


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Anonymous 22/02/09(Wed)03:20 No. 38973

What rep ranges have you tried? Have you tried it with cables or just dumbbells? Have you tried with lighter weight for 15-20 reps with the volume spread out for 3-4x a week? Or pausing at the top for 1-2 seconds? You can even do light sets a few times a day (not close to failure) with a resistance band or something to increase the frequency even more. Other shoulder work like incline DB pressing, face pulls, etc will work them a little too. I’m also a fan of 15-20 rep upright dumbbell rows with good controlled form. Lu raises are good too.


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Anonymous 22/03/25(Fri)01:53 No. 39168

>>38782
This is 100% genetics.

Look at David Laid's capped delts (barely developed, can't even OHP 200lbs) then look at someone like Steve Cook who can OHP like 250lbs but his delts are flat looking.

Even untrained guy like Jaden Smith has capped delts. The only thing you can do is get lean, and hope you have the genes. Giannis is like 10%bf


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Anonymous 22/03/25(Fri)01:54 No. 39169

>>38782
This is 100% genetics.

Look at David Laid's capped delts (barely developed, can't even OHP 200lbs) then look at someone like Steve Cook who can OHP like 250lbs but his delts are flat looking.

Even untrained guy like Jaden Smith has capped delts. The only thing you can do is get lean, and hope you have the genes. Giannis is like 10%bf


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Dumbells Luzviminda 22/03/28(Mon)05:22 No. 39172

Dumbbells are the go-to equipment for toning your biceps. You can also do some upper body training by hanging onto bars and curling up. Such exercise benefits your biceps as well. If you don’t have dumbbells, lifting anything hefty will do. Good luck!


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Anonymous 22/09/12(Mon)21:19 No. 39666

>>38782
The reason his delts are visible like that is because of genetics and a low bf%. The best way to "build" your delts is to work on your getting strong in your OHP. The stronger your OHP, the more weight you will be able to handle in your shoulder exercises. More Weight = More Muscle.


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Anonymous 22/09/12(Mon)21:20 No. 39667

>>38782
The reason his delts are visible like that is because of genetics and a low bf%. The best way to "build" your delts is to work on your getting strong in your OHP. The stronger your OHP, the more weight you will be able to handle in your shoulder exercises. More Weight = More Muscle.



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