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We all do different exercises  in our gyms and training sessions for particular part and no one can say I do better than your's, it is actually your determination and power that makes difference.and to be true some exercises are just like cherry picking in the booklet of the Exercise for any body part, so that's the reason most of us do some similar exercises in our workout sessions, today few shoulder's best will be unveiled so here we go:


>Seated Alternating Front Dumbbell Raise: Sit on the end of a flat bench with a straight back,hold dumbbell & palms facing the bench,Raise one arm and Continue to go up until you arm is slightly above parallel to the floor.then come back to real  position, do it with other hand too.



>Seated side laterals: In stating position hold the dumbbell while keeping palms of the hand facing you,as shown now start lifting both arms with a slight bend on the elbow and the hands slightly tilted forward,after a little bring them back to starting position,and repeat it.



>Dumbbell Shoulder Press: Hold Dumbbells  in a position where Position dumbbells to each side of shoulders with elbows below wrists and setting the back to 90 degrees.now Raise the dumbbells above your head and twist so that your palms are facing forward as shown This is the starting position for the exercise, pause and now come back to the original position.



>Seated Barbell Front Shoulder Press: In starting position grab a barbell using a double-overhand grip so your hands are slightly wider than shoulder-width and setting the back to 90 degrees.Slowly begin lowering the bar to your upper chest or almost touching your collarbone,pause a second  now go back to the original position and repeat it.



>Seated Barbell Back Shoulder Press: In starting position grab a barbell using a double-overhand grip so your hands are slightly wider than shoulder-width and setting the back to 90 degrees.Slowly begin lowering the bar to neck,pause a sec and now go back to the original position and repeat it.





Stay Strong, Stay Fit.


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