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    Rear delts


    Best way to work them? Currently just do seated raises with DBs. What are some other ways, without machines? Also is it better to work them at a higher or lower rep range?

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    without machines?

    ytw's
    reverse flys
    dumbell rows
    pendlay rows

    in that order


    face pulls with the tricep rope machine is also one of the best for targeting rear delts. but im guessing you work out at home
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    Also seated DB cleans

    And YouTube Dave Tate/John Meadows "rear delt destroyer"

    As Onion mentioned, Facepulls rock. Try them from different angles. Right in front, high, from a low pulley ect
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    and I say higher rep range
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionKnight View Post
    without machines?

    ytw's
    reverse flys
    dumbell rows
    pendlay rows

    in that order


    face pulls with the tricep rope machine is also one of the best for targeting rear delts. but im guessing you work out at home
    Will try the ytw's. And yes I workout at home. Face pulls are possible tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Also seated DB cleans

    And YouTube Dave Tate/John Meadows "rear delt destroyer"

    As Onion mentioned, Facepulls rock. Try them from different angles. Right in front, high, from a low pulley ect
    Thanks for the response will look that up.
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    Sit on the edge of a bench lean forward where chest is parallel to the floor and then do lateral raises. Also behind the back shoulder presses... If you have access to machines use the fly machine to hit your rear delts
  

  
 

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