This is a shoulder workout that myself and Vince DelMonte did while we were on vacation down in Las Vegas. Don't count reps on this workout just take each set to failure.
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Vince DelMonte: What's up guys? Vince DelMonte and Lee Hayward here and we're going to take you guys through a shoulder workout. It's one of my favorite workouts. A lot of guys underestimate how much work that your shoulders can handle. Your shoulders are designed to take on a massive amount of stress, so don't baby them. As we're going to do -- as we're not going to do with this with combo. You've seen me do this before in another video, but we're going to just improvise the exercises and I go for a 10, 15 reps, just got basics of failure. One of the best advise I can give to some of you guys watching is stop counting your stupid reps. You guys are so fixated on this little details, listen to your muscle, your muscles are smarter than the numbers. So, don't be a robot to all the little details. Your body will tell you when you need to move the next exercise. So, I am just going to bang out a bunch of different exercises. We'll start off with shoulders here. Lee Hayward: Alright. Vince DelMonte: Alright, so we're on a exercises. Start. We can start from here. Full range of motion. Lee Hayward: Vince is doing Arnold presses here. This works the muscles from a greater range of motion, you're hitting more muscle than with a standard shoulder press. Now he is using curl grip at the top, and then pressing it up and alternating the dumbbells. Awesome exercise. Vince DelMonte: What you guys may have not seen, it's more on your shoulder. We do doggy presses. Lee Hayward: Alright, awesome work. Vince DelMonte: Yeah. The best way to make progress guys is just to do stuff that you haven't done before and you're always making gains. The key is that always we'll be making gains, as long as it's -- whether it's a new exercise or one you've already done doesn't matter, you just got to constantly make progress. Lee Hayward: The upright row with the dumbbells. Vince DelMonte: Get your tracts working. Lee Hayward: This works the entire shoulder complex here. You can even use a bit of body momentum, you know as for last few reps to really power it out and fully fatigue the muscles. Alright, so what are we going to do now Vince? Vince DelMonte: Little tightened here and also we're going to go letter V and also my pinkies are turned out. Set your goal as going this. Lee Hayward: Do you want to quickly move that bench back Vince? Work on those cracks or do it on the other end. Seriously. Sit down. Vince DelMonte: Bingo. Lee Hayward: Alright, we're doing. Awesome exercise here for the delts and the whole shoulder complex. Vince DelMonte: Keep those pinkies out though. Lee Hayward: You notice, thumbs facing down, pinky is facing up. Here we go. Awesome. Vince DelMonte: Okay. 60 seconds and the last one, we're going to just do a classic. Lee Hayward: Here he goes. Vince's shoulders are pumped, you can see it. They're burning now. One thing you'll notice when you're doing lateral raises is you're going to jump to lighter weights, which is cool as a drop set. But even if you can't get all the way up, like say you could do a drop set like Vince is doing or even just do a partial range of motion with your arms as high as you can, you're still going to fully fatigue the muscle. Here like he is doing some shorter range of motion, it doesn't matter, the muscles are still working to the max. Vince DelMonte: Even at the end. Lee Hayward: Awesome. Vince DelMonte: This is how you know you are done. Lee Hayward: Literally you can -- Vince DelMonte: Then you can do your lunge. Lee Hayward: It's awesome. Vince DelMonte: That just have blows you right up. Lee Hayward: And see man, your shoulders are pumped. Vince DelMonte: It's one of the best ways to -- Lee, you know this, it's one of the best ways to get your muscles to grow, just pump lots of blood into them, it really focus on that stretch. Lee Hayward: The key here guys is instead of, you know, people think, well, I got to do heavy training or light training, what's the best? The best training there is,
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