How to Build Up Your Shoulder Mass

Shoulder Mass

The shoulders make a great choice if you know which muscle group you want to target. It is not easy to get those huge boulders, but we can help.

People who talk about having bigger muscles and larger bank accounts are not being truthful. Huge shoulders are a great way to make a statement in a world where appearances matter more than anything. Having a larger shoulder size will make it easier to lift heavier objects, do better in sports, and improve your strength. This is what you need to know in order to build your deltoid muscles and increase your shoulders.

Below are suggestions for heavy and light sets, and the recommended reps. For muscle mass building, heavier sets with lower reps are recommended. Lighter sets with higher reps will increase muscle endurance. Both are essential for healthy muscle development.

Overhead Shoulder Press

Workout Flow (Heavy). 2-3 sets of 5-8 reps

Light Workout Flow: 3-4 sets of 12-15 reps

If you are looking to strengthen your shoulders, you can do so by growing them. The overhead shoulder press is the most common exercise. You will be able to lift dumbbells higher than your shoulders using a low-weight, heavy-rep set. This exercise targets your traps and deltoid muscles.

Bent-Over Reverse Fly

Workout Flow (Heavy). 2-3 sets of 5-8 reps

Light Workout Flow: 3-4 sets of 12-15 reps

The bent-over reverse fly is another great shoulder exercise. You can raise your arms off the ground and reach your shoulders by using lighter dumbbells. This will work your traps and post-deltoids as well as your rhomboids (which are located in the back). To avoid injury or locking your knees, bend your knees slightly.

The Arnold Press

Workout Flow (Heavy). 2-3 sets of 5-8 reps

Light Workout Flow: 3-4 sets of 12-15 reps

Last but not the least, we’ll be covering Arnold Press. It was named after Arnold Schwarzenegger. Similar to the overhead press, you’ll grab the same dumbbells that are heavier and lift them the same way. You can rotate your wrists to face the outside when lifting the weights. You can also strengthen your rotator and deltoids by doing this. Rotating the weights back to their original position is possible by lowering them.

There are many shoulder exercises, but these are the most common. These exercises target the most important delts and eventually will result in larger shoulders.