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    How do I get them? lots of DB shoulder press i'm guesing?
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    there is no mercurial, you gotta do what you gotta do
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    shoulder presses in general is a good start, mix in some shoulder abduction and various raises too
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    lateral raises are the best for tone and then do shoulder press for bulk

    remember there are 3 muscles in your shoulder (deltoids) so work them all

    if you can get to a cables at the gym do some low cable rear raises as well. Just keep at it
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    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    lateral raises are the best for tone and then do shoulder press for bulk

    remember there are 3 muscles in your shoulder (deltoids) so work them all

    if you can get to a cables at the gym do some low cable rear raises as well. Just keep at it
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    I'd focus on Medial and Rear delts

    Aswell, Overhead presses work all three heads to a certian extent and is a mandatory move in your shoulder development
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    Compound exercises are best for size/mass such as; Barbell shoulder press, DB shoulder press, Military press etc. Then focus on barbell upright rows and barbell/DB shrugs for traps.

    Also don't forget to isolate all 3 parts of the deltoid, my favourite exercises are seated lateral raises, one arm cable cross side lateral raises, front DB raises - for these exercises don't worry too much about what weight you are using just concentrate on your form.

    Good luck.
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    (Original post by D4M14N)
    barbell/DB shrugs for traps.
    Deadlift for traps.

    and everything else in fact
 
 
 
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