Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by deznutz, Feb 21, 2005.
For some odd reason, the weight seems to keep decreasing instead of increasing....
I also hate it im only pushing like 25lbs dumbbells
No I rather enjoy it. I'm up to the 80's for 10 on my last set, which is decent for me because I used to not do much direct shoulder work at all.
I hate doing any kid of push with a dumbell. I can never seem to keep them balanced.
I hit 70'sx10 on the last set last week. I was happy.
The worst part for me regarding any kind of seated/flat dumbell work is the initial setup. It kills my elbows trying to get them into starting position.
whenever i do shoulders, them bitches burn
I used to do them in a chair, with a low back..I could get the 55's some days, and sometimes it was tough. Then a couple weeks ago I used an adjustable bench and put the back all the way up and I put up the 65's..I was like wtf?
I guess having more support for my back helped.
i love doing them for some reason
i like my shoulders, naturally a bit wider than most, lat raises they arent that strong but pushes etc i love em!
i mentioned that in another thread. Seated with back support I can do 75's. Standing and one at a time... I can only do 65's.
i get teh 45's for 12
shoulder press > lateral raises... them bitches suck
love them....got up to 85 for 5 reps at the end of the routine
same, feel them a whole lot more but with less weight
i like em
its fun watching myself push teh heavyweight in the mirror
thats why i love squats and d/ls
I feel them a lot more than shoulder press
You look straight ahead when you squat?
Oh and I love DB Shoulder Presses, I can't stand the movement with a barbell though.
i hate it only when after i put the weights back on the rack i feel like my back compressed
I just re-read that proper squat/dl form thread that used to be a sticky and realized it said look up/straight... I've always found it easier to look up though? Or does that "straight" part just mean don't look right/left?
I fucking hate any shoulder excercise, and legs
does it matter if you use back support or not for db shoulder press?
Does one way work out the shoulder more than the other?