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Intense TRX Front Raises & T’s to Build Shoulder Muscles

Intense TRX Front Raises & T’s to Build Shoulder Muscles. Alright, let’s get to it. Workout Program guidance below… ▹ ADVANCED: TRX FULL BODY INTENSITY! PROGRAM: https://trxtraveller.com/product/trx-full-body-intensity-program/ ▹ INTRO TO THE PROGRAM: https://youtu.be/cXZqvtuc7_0 ▹ TRAINING TO FAILURE WITH A TRX: https://youtu.be/7_R2gJX0Rbw ▹ WORKOUT 1 DAY 1: https://youtu.be/8sFChrjvT2I ▹ WORKOUT 1 DAY 2: https://youtu.be/tobGiPuiQfs ▹ WORKOUT […]

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On 14th April 2021
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Intense TRX Front Raises & T’s to Build Shoulder Muscles. Alright, let’s get to it. Workout Program guidance below…

▹ ADVANCED: TRX FULL BODY INTENSITY! PROGRAM: https://trxtraveller.com/product/trx-full-body-intensity-program/

▹ INTRO TO THE PROGRAM: https://youtu.be/cXZqvtuc7_0

▹ TRAINING TO FAILURE WITH A TRX: https://youtu.be/7_R2gJX0Rbw

▹ WORKOUT 1 DAY 1: https://youtu.be/8sFChrjvT2I

▹ WORKOUT 1 DAY 2: https://youtu.be/tobGiPuiQfs

▹ WORKOUT 1 DAY 3: https://youtu.be/z7w6ix0Zvyo

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Intense TRX Front Raises & T’s to Build Shoulder Muscles video subtitles

hey how’s it going trx traveller adam here this video is for the full body intensity program there’s a link to it just below if you’re interested let’s get straight to it the front raised shoulders hammer grip into trx shoulder tees so what are we doing we’re targeting front deltoid front shoulder muscle middle muscle pumping lots of pumping keeping a shorter range of motion so we’re not hanging on the joints we’re not losing tension on the muscle keep a shorter range of motion and keep that pumping keep that mind to muscle keep focusing keep focusing keep technique it gets super hard because this is a superset so the first one is the shoulder trx front raised hammer grip the second one is the shoulder trx tees so what do we do with that shoulders front raise we know these from before it’s hammer grip so especially with these shoulder razors i like to start where i’m sort of contracting which is kind of up here at the top it’s not kind of it is so you don’t need to be like this because you you’re just gonna fail so fast if like i can barely pull myself back up there you want to be pretty much almost standing vertical with these and you’re gonna tie it quite fast so i like to start where i’m at where i’m gonna sort of end and don’t over contract your shoulders back too much because we don’t wanna be pulling up with our back it’s just a very neutral grip remember the hangs the hands are just sort of hooks keep your arms almost straight with a slight bend down one two three four up squeeze for two seconds and by squeeze what do i mean i mean you’re pulling back you’re pulling your body up and down one two three four up one two one two three four up one two one two three four and these are hard now how do you know when you’re failing on these when you’re failing you’re gonna get to the point where you can’t pull yourself back up because the front deltoids are just depleted too much and you’ll know that on your last one you’ll be like this you’d be like ah that’s when you know that you just need to do little pumps and it looks staffed because it looks like i’m barely moving but just go into little pumps little pumps and then going to hold them hold them holding and then going to a slow low now i made it look a little bit easy there because i hadn’t reached the rep range i wasn’t at full failure but by the end of that you’re going to be shaking honestly trust me and if you feel a front deltoid you’re going to feel a lovely little pump from it feels great of course there’s a superset so as soon as you fail you’re going to tease and we know how to do t’s just going to give myself a bit more length there with these we are protracting as much as possible we’re not retracting because we don’t want the upper back to come in we are protracting so again i like to start where i’m going to end hands are just hooks i’m protracted and it’s down one two three four and up one two and by two seconds what am i doing i’m trying to slap my palms to the side of the room pushing out as hard as possible and down one two three four and up one and down two three four now the same will happen at failure when you reach the rep range you’ll start failing you’ll get to the point where you do your last one and you just getting up like that and you’re like if i go down i’m not getting another full one okay so we do we do partials little pumps little partial pumps little partial pumps and then we even get to the point where we get stuck here and we’re just trying to hold ourselves and your arms are probably going to be shaking but you’re holding it you’re holding you’re holding and then you’re going to go down as slow as possible slow as possible right to the very end now the front raises are very hard try and hit the rep range if you can’t don’t worry just record what you got to before you failed we only record full reps before you failed and then just try and improve on it each week but just keep keep that technique not like this back too much slightly protracted for both the t’s and the under front raises and it’s up and it’s down it’s up and it’s down it’s keeping tension and even if you just do that you can feel the tension on the front deltoid there that’s what we want and wanted to drive blood and muscle into that it’s very hard because the the rear um the middle shoulder in the front it’s it’s extremely hard to get a full range of motion like you can with the quads and you know the chest muscle advise because they’re the the position and the biomechanics of our body so to develop them to break them down we need to keep time under tension but force loads of loads and loads of blood into that area which will cause real good catabolic breakdown you are wanting to achieve the pump with this type of training and this will certainly help the time and attention the slow negatives go into failure and of course once we’ve done that we always contract the muscle so how do you squeeze the sort of um the middle and the front i always find it’s quite it’s best to round your shoulders a bit just kind of squeeze like this squeeze and you’ll feel it that’s solid there solid or you can even just hold like this and kind of squeeze like that and of course we then stretch so pull this right over 15 seconds and 15 seconds and then i like to just do a little behind the back like this for 15 seconds as well just to really sort of um hit the front shoulder stretch there and also the pectorals which come in to play a little bit when we use the front shoulder muscle stretch your back really contract your back back that’s it so hit the sets hit the required rep range you

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Intense TRX Front Raises & T's to Build Shoulder Muscles

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Adam

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