SHOULDERS SHOULDERS SHOULDERS and of course REAR FOOT ELEVATED SPLIT SQUAT

 

 

SHOULDERS SHOULDERS SHOULDERS and of course REAR FOOT ELEVATED SPLIT SQUAT ย 

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Crush the SHOULDERS & also train your Torso, Hip, back & shoulders in a fundamental pattern!ย 

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Lateral and Front Raises are great to develop the shouldersโ€ฆ& of course why wouldnโ€™t I add in a RFESS!

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Grab a light to moderate load and work on lateral and front raises with the rear foot elevated split squat.

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These simple 2 moves will give you some great definition to the shoulders.ย Plus, I get to practice an isometric hold at the bottom of the RFESS while doing the shoulder raises!

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At the Bottom of the RFESS I am holding my core tight and also my back-leg glute.ย  Essentially doing an isometric of the torso and legs while I hit my shoulders!

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Isometric are a great way to practice and master areas of difficult movements.ย The bottom of the RFESS can be very challenging with a heavy load.ย  Here I am hitting a solid pause with an isometric to help me drive out of the bottom.

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It is becoming more and more apparent I am performing a shit ton of RFESS every week.ย These minor variations to a fundamental move allow for progress, little by little each week!

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Give this a try and let me know how it goes.ย  Small changes to fundamental movements are great to help progress your training.

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