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Lateral Raises: Do these seated and twist your wrists like your poring a drink into a glass, keep them twisted the whole time, this makes the movement much more intense and you will have to greatly reduce the weight.
Front Raises: Do these seated or standing and perform these with a hammer grip, palms facing each other, that way the anterior deltoid is popping straight up and is taking most of the load, whereas the regular style, palms down front raise will also hit the middle deltoid to a great degree.
Bent-over lateral raises: do these like your going to do a row with dumbbells but raise the dumbbell instead of row it, performing it this way will hit your rear delts alot harder because it is taking the medial deltoids out of it once again.
Zottman Curls: Grab some dumbbells and perform a stand curl then pronate your hands so they are palms down, once you reach the bottom return your hands to the starting position and start again. This movement is a combo of a standard curl and a reverse curl.
Incline Hammer Curls: These really give the biceps and brachialis in a nice stretched postion, these will pound the brachialis and brachioradialis.
Drag Curls: To perform drag curls, keep the elbows in back of you rather than pinned at your side. Using an overhand grip, curl the bar up and at the same time keep it in contact with your torso. In effect, you are dragging it up. Be sure not to let the elbows or shoulders rise up or this can turn into a half-ass upright row real fast. You won't need much weight on these.
Across Body Hammer Curls: These are hammer curls that you just perform infront and across your body. These will really help hit the short head of the biceps, brachioradialis and brachialis.
Hiss Shrugs: you perform these on either a calf raise or, a hack squat machine. All you do is load up the machine and shrug up, it's as simple as that, but it's something different that can shock the traps into new growth, you can use quite a bit of weight on these.
Seated Row upright rows: You simply grab the bar and lay right back then perform an upright row while on your back this keeps the movement super strict and really pounds your shoulders and traps.
Seated Row curls: Same as above but this time your performing curls, once again this keeps the movement super strict.