Delt exercises that are healthy

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    Delt exercises that are healthy


    As the title says I'm looking for some delt exercises that don't put your shoulders in bad positions..right now I do the overhead press like mark rippetoe teaches and it's a great smooth motion..other delt exercises don't feel so great..was wondering what some really good compound delt exercises are that wont screw up my mobilization/bones/joints/tendons etc.

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    Bradford presses, Arnold presses, 1 arm OHP, Bench Presses, that should cover it.
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    pendlay or dumbell row for rear delt. wabam!
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    try landmine exercises for shoulders especially the one where you do a sort side/front rise, y rises bent over or on a bench.
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    The exercises are one thing, (quite a few and some better than others) but to keep good mobilization, flexibility and healthy joints, it may be a good idea, to always incorporate stretching and some very light L-flyes and or "external" rotation exercises of the little cuff muscles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sugardaddy69 View Post
    try landmine exercises for shoulders especially the one where you do a sort side/front rise, y rises bent over or on a bench.
    Love landmine stuff!
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    This band exercise is great for both shoulder strength and health. They can be pretty challenging as well.

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