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Hmm, yeah. I used to try doing shoulders with chest+triceps, but by the time I've done my incline press and dips, my triceps have been hit too hard to do shoulder presses. My suggestion would be to do your overhead presses seated, with dumbbells, with a wider grip (i.e. place the dumbbells wider than your shoulders). This involves your triceps less.I tried adding in military press on the 2nd day, but triceps really felt overtrained. For some reason military press seems to strain up upper back the most and cause slight pain.
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Although you're asking mrRuckus, my opinion is that you should put an overhead pressing movement in, so that you'll have all the basic movements...squat, deadlift, bench, pullup and shoulder press. The bench and pullups and deadlifts should hit the shoulders at least somewhat, but it's your choiceSo mrR., would you say I am hitting my shoulders enough, would you add overhead presses or would you maybe add bent over rows?
Yeah I wasn't really thinking when I posted that. I just think he should include some sort of direct shoulder movement in his routine.mrRuckus said:Uh what? I don't know what kind of wacky body you have.