Upright barbell row

The Upright Barbell Row is an advanced upper body exercise that targets the shoulders and traps.

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10 Reps, 3 Sets

Cuban press

This exercise works the smaller, internal muscles of the shoulder that control the rotational movement of the joint. It helps build strong shoulders and helps targets the rotatory cuff muscles of your shoulders.

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Standing military press

Standing military press is one of the best compound movements exercises for working the shoulder muscles.

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Single arm linear jammer

Single arm linear jammer exercises are another one of the efficient set of exercises that are done on one arm. While shoulder muscles are the primary target, along with the triceps and chest as a supporting muscles.

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Single dumbbell raise

You’ll find this particular exercise very interesting for working the anterior deltoid. The key of this exercise is that you don’t swing your body with the weight movement.

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One hand shoulder press

The single-arm dumbbell shoulder press is an exercise that increases shoulder strength, stability, and symmetry. This exercise increases the challenge to your core, making those muscles work harder to keep you balanced.

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Front plate raise

This exercise is a variation of the traditional barbell front raise that increases forearm and hand strength, while targeting your anterior deltoids.

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