good day to you too sir,
like Shimmy already mentioned, you should check out John Meadows’ articles about shoulder training. It’s an article on here called something like “Mountaindog shoulders.” Google and you shall find.
Also, shoulder thickness is very much affected by rear delts too. I know in my own training that my shoulders looked a lot better when I stopped fixating so much on lateral delts and gave the rear delts the love they deserve.
Hope that helps.
Oh, one more thing, I’ve found that really lowering the weights I use for raises (all types) and concentrating on really slowing down the negatives (like 3 seconds or so) has made a HUGE difference to my MMC with the different heads of my delts. I’ve also shortened my ROM a bit by not going all the way down like I used to, and I think that has helped to keep the tension on the delts and keep the traps out of the movement.
Ok, I’m done now so for the second time: hope that helps.[/quote]
Aren’t you particularly nice today.
@OP: Why not take a second and use the search function? I promise you, it works like a charm.
Hope that helps,
I have one of those Machine Side delt trainers at my gym,dunno if these are worth using for negative training