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Published on 18 Aug 2012 | over 4 years ago

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What's up Sixpack Shortcutters!

Here's a shoulder workout that is crazy intense. That is today's mind set in this shoulder workout, taking the intensity to the next level. I hope you guys are ready to blast those shoulders. This workout is design to build, shape, and mold the overall shoulder muscle.

Here's the workout

Military press - 12 reps , 8 reps, 6 reps, 4 reps -- rest 10 sec in b/t  
-2 min rest
        -Upright rows - 12 reps , 8 reps, 6 reps, 4 reps -- rest 10 sec in b/t  
      -2 min rest
        Bent over side laterals - 12 reps , 8 reps, 6 reps, 4 reps -- rest 10 sec in b/t  
-2 min rest

MILITARY PRESS - Try to arch your back and bend your legs as little as possible to really isolate your shoulders.

UPRIGHT ROW - Try to avoid SWINGING the weight up with your back -- stand as straight as possible, and move the weight upwards with your shoulders.

BENT OVER SIDE LATERAL - Don't round your back. You should feel a STRETCH in your hamstrings in this bent over position. You'll be very tired at this point...but again, try to isolate your shoulders as much as possible and avoid excess swinging the weight with your back.

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It shows you how you can get ripped with quick Afterburn Training workouts like these. And, I give you 3 of my best tips to get a ripped body and abs that you can start using in your workouts today.

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Train hard,

Mike

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