Thanks a lot guys, I’ll do my best. This is gonna be my last question:
So with training and diet in check, if I get very strong on OHP, will I have relatively well developed side delts too? [/quote]
You know what? I’ll just go ahead and say yes. Might as well, since you seem to only want a yes or no. My best OHP is 245. My best bench press is 375. My best deadlift is 585. And I can do a lot of pullups. If you can achieve these numbers, you’ll probably have similar delt development to me, as these are pretty much the only lifts I do to support delt growth.[/quote]
and just to be a dick I’m going to say no.
I do no overhead pressing whatsoever and train my shoulders entirely with raises. They’re the best they’ve ever looked, way better than when I used the OHP[/quote]
I should clarify. I was mostly suggesting if you reach truly big OHP numbers, you’ll probably end up with shoulders you can be proud of. I don’t see mid 200’s OHP’s very often in the first place, and I’ve never seen a guy do this with small delts.
I don’t think OHP is the best way to achieve this look. I just think it can work. Although it’s kind of a silly point, as others have mentioned. You’ll never see a guy with a 900 lbs squat and small legs, but that doesn’t mean you have to squat 900 to get big legs.
I know, mate. I’m in full agreement with you[/quote]
Crap. I was hoping for a pillow fight.