3 movement exercises that emphasize and develop the shoulders. Great for strength, size and mobility!
onventional exercises are great but you need to have variety. There is no single exercise variation that will target everything, rather you need many different variations of a single exercise to create the best results.
The problem with conventional exercises is that it's very easy to fall into limited and mechanical structures. In reality, you should try all the different angles and positions to fully train the body.
This can be done with the conventional exercises, but more often than not people pick 1 push up and 1 pull up variation they do and stick to them for years (in the beginning I also fell into this trap!).
This doesn't only put limits to your progress but can also create imbalances in the long run.
3 crawl patterns from the 12 hardest animal movements.
Conventional exercises done with plenty of variety will work, but movement exercises are also fantastic if you are looking for a more dynamic and versatile approach.
Movement training is time saving and very effective to make sure the body stays balanced and well-rounded. Most movements are far from one-dimensional and will work the body as a whole.
Movement training will naturally fix weak links of the body thanks to the multi-dimensional and dynamic nature of the movements. Mobility drills are recommended to target stubborn body parts but movement training is still a step in the right direction.
These movement exercises here will emphasize shoulders, but train the body as a whole. Your core and hips are developed as a side product and this is a very nice bonus.
These movement patterns are also far from one-dimensional and you will automatically be working the muscles from many different positions and angles!
You can do these exercises as a part of your upper body workout or full body workout.