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The Delt Blast Written By Mark C Ryan Copyright 2-27-00 The delts also known as your shoulders are made up of 3 main muscles The anterior which is the front of the delt also triggered when you raise your arm forward The posterior also know as the rear of the delt moves the arm back Third the side which raises the arms to your side When training your deltoids you should use various exercises focusing mainly on the front side and rear delt individually Also when you are training your delts make sure you perform atleast one warm-up set Delts are very vulnerable to injury Listed below are a few exercises to target the different muscles in your delts and how to perform them Anteriorfront delt Exercises The Military Press The Push Jerk To perform The Military Press you will first have to have a bench with back support Or even better a military press bench This exercise should be performed with a spotting partner Now sit down against the backrest sitting straight up Reach behind for the bar and find a comfortable grip about shoulder length apart I find that if I go about 2 inches further away then shoulders length Ill get better pressure on my delts Lift the bar suggestively with a partner helping you get it up Then you can either bring it down to your chest or to the back of your neck along the top of your shoulder blades When you bring your arms down try to have your elbows pointing down and then set the second time bomb and explode back up Then repeat The Push Jerk has alot in common with the military press but you will be able to add just a little bit more weight for this exercise In order to perform the push jerk you will need a support for the bar about chest height Also you will need a
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