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    those your upper shoulders right?
    but figured id go with the exact atomical term for them, because what exercises focus on them?

    thanks for the help!

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    Technically, the trapezius is a diamond shaped muscle that goes from the middle of your back to your neck. Exercises that train them are shrugs, upright rows, deadlifts, power cleans, etc.
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    Doing back and shoulders indirectly hits them, but shrugs whether BB or DB are going to be the only real isolation exercises. Unless your gyms got a Trap machine, which is probly some sort of modified shruggin action anyways.
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    is the trapzieus, the nice muslces that jay cutler has he has huge ones thats what im talking bout, they kinda branch off from the neck correct?
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