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Saturday, 23 June 2012

SHOULDER MUSCLES ANATOMY


SHOULDER ANATOMY




Shoulder muscles can be divided into 3 separate muscles

Ø The Anterior Deltoid

Ø The Middle Deltoid

Ø The Back Deltoid




THE ANTERIOR DELTOID


Targeting  the anterior or FRONT DELTOID. The frontal deltoid forms the roundness of the shoulder giving a square shape when enlarged. The anterior is the largest and most visible of the three deltoid muscles.




THE MIDDLE DELTOID




This is the most important to work for large and broad shoulders. The LATERAL DELTOID needs to "outsize" the anterior and the back deltoids. It needs to stick out and protrude beyond the other two, forming a very nice rounded shoulder.




THE BACK DELTOID




The POSTERIOR DELTOID  or rear deltoid is the smallest of the three, but from a side profile, it fills in the roundness and gives the shoulder a good shape, strength and contour.

When training the shoulders, it is important to keep in mind the three distinct muscle groups of the shoulders when choosing your routines, so that it can provide worth full results for all of them. Often people can get stuck on a routine because they seem to find they enjoy one movement and which results into slow  gains.


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