Shoulder muscles are the most important part of the muscle tissue in the whole upper body. Building broad and full shoulders can not only make people look more secure, but also help you get a model-like figure and make the muscle lines of the whole upper body more smooth. Some people say that training the shoulder is half the battle, in fact, this sentence is not unreasonable. In-depth analysis of shoulder structure, 2 dumbbell fitness movements to help you develop broad shoulders.
Dumbbell is a very common fitness tool in our daily life. There are countless fitness movements designed by dumbbell. For the training of shoulder muscles, dumbbell is indispensable, because the use of dumbbell training, can avoid the emergence of shoulder asymmetry, but also help us to achieve more ideal training effect.
Our shoulder muscles are mainly composed of three parts: anterior deltoid, middle deltoid and posterior deltoid. It is important to evenly shape all three muscles during exercise. If the training intensity is not well balanced, it can lead to injury and the shoulder muscles are not beautiful. In order to develop the deltoid muscle evenly, we need to add some dumbbell exercises to stimulate the designated area appropriately.
Standing or sitting dumbbell shoulder push
This is one of the best shoulder muscle movements you can do. You can practice standing or sitting, but each has its advantages and disadvantages. Standing dumbbell presses stimulate the front, middle and back tracts much more than sitting does, and they also stimulate the core muscles.
At the same time, the weight of the standing position is often slightly less than that of the sitting position, which leads to a very limited training effect for muscle power, and the sitting position is relatively simple, which is very friendly for fitness. These two kinds of training methods, we can choose according to their actual situation.
Tilt dumbbells flat on the side
By tilting to one side, we avoid the supraspinatus from entering the most active range of motion, which allows us to train the middle deltoid within the limited range of motion of the joint. When doing this, be careful to stop when the arm holding the dumbbell is parallel to the ground to avoid additional stimulation of the posterior cord.
Post time: May-20-2022