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    Hey, just wanted to know if it possible to make your shoulder broader in the gym because I want broader shoulders as opposed to my current women size shoulders due to skinny physique. Thanks.
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    Yes.
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    You cannot make your shoulders grow per se, but you can grow the muscles in the shoulder area, which in turn will make your back/shoulders appear larger.
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    Standing Shoulder Press
    Seated Shoulder Press
    Side Lateral Raises
    Upright Rows
    Bent Over Lateral Raises

    Incorporate these exercise to say hello to exponential shoulder growth.
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    (Original post by Wolfy^)
    You cannot make your shoulders grow per se, but you can grow the muscles in the shoulder area, which in turn will make your back/shoulders appear larger.
    This.

    but there is a limit, small framed people esp clavicle wise, will appear a bit more narrow compared to those with wider structures
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    Yeah. My shoulders and traps probably grew the quickest aswell when I first started.
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    Yeah, do a dumbell shoulder press (in my opinion preferably seated)
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    Obviously you can increase the broadness of your shoulders with exercise, but quite a lot is down to genetics.
    Luckily, the shoulder gods have blessed me with naturally broad shoulders.
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    (Original post by Ham22)
    www.shouldergrowpills.com
    Thank God that this was a joke. I had to click through just to make sure :yes:
 
 
 
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