When we talk about shoulder muscles then we talk about the front, middle and back shoulders. When I look at the routines of individual practitioners who have independently designed their training plan, it is often a lot of thrusts, one-on-one training for the middle and the back, while still the good majority of them consider the thrust behind the head of the workout for the back. While at the same time the mid-shoulder training exercise is performed in a way that more activates the forward but middle shoulder movement.

The shoulder is a muscle that is often overturned in relation to the other two parts. Monday is a day for the chest and this front shoulder gets a good portion. Through the number of thrusters we can not isolate only the chest muscles. The frontal deltoid is a synergist in each exercise for the chest and often does more than it should.

Unlike the front shoulder, the latter participates in back training exclusively when paddling. Now how many people have involved in their routine two or three rowing exercises? I doubt it’s too much.

If we add all this to the routine from the beginning, we have created an ideal environment for the improper development of shoulder muscle.

Therefore, if you recognize the above, either change the routine well and practice it in a way to start training your shoulder, followed by the middle shoulder and the front end. When we talk about training that would bring the shoulders to balance then it would look like this:

Extension in the Pretreatment 4 X 12 – 15

Withdrawal of the rope to the forehead 4 X 12 – 10

Extended standing or sitting 5 X 12 – 15

Retraction of thigh to chin (shoulder width shade) 3 X 10

The shoulders thrust 3 X 8 – 10

Advance 3 X 12