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    Between regular shoulder press and behind the neck shoulder press which do you good think is better for adding mass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post
    Between regular shoulder press and behind the neck shoulder press which do you good think is better for adding mass?
    OHP (standing , start from the clavicle and always touch it on every rep) with snatch/wide grip.
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    ive developed better all around delts with seated db ohp
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    I think that BTN military presses would be better for overall mass if your shoulders can deal with the position of the bar.
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    i also do accessories first then presses last
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    Snatch & clean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1
    Snatch & clean?
    No. I dont like power movements besides squat and dead lift no cleans and ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by broda
    I think that BTN military presses would be better for overall mass if your shoulders can deal with the position of the bar.
    I was going to do smith btn
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    as long as you dont mind destroying your shoulders with behind the neck presses i would still say not to do them. seriously. they are horrible for your shoulder.

    overhead presses in front of your head will work just fine as long as you eat enough, train enough, and sleep enough. if you dont have those other variables in check it doesnt really matter the exercise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post
    No. I dont like power movements besides squat and dead lift no cleans and ****
    Then you're really limiting yourself since power movements are great mass builders. My personal favorite are High Pulls with a snatch grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegodfather View Post
    Then you're really limiting yourself since power movements are great mass builders. My personal favorite are High Pulls with a snatch grip.
    I totally agree
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    Standing overheads...
    Seated for strength... Throw in some Arnold presses... And you got cannonball delts ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    as long as you dont mind destroying your shoulders with behind the neck presses i would still say not to do them. seriously. they are horrible for your shoulder.

    overhead presses in front of your head will work just fine as long as you eat enough, train enough, and sleep enough. if you dont have those other variables in check it doesnt really matter the exercise.
    This x2. I just stopped doing behind the head presses recently after doing some research on them, they're awful for your rotator cuff. They're just simply not designed for that movement
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    Behind the neck press is inadvisable,
    It is an unnatural position that is bad for both your neck and shoulders.
    There's no sport or movement that requires you to lift something heavy from behind your head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig
    as long as you dont mind destroying your shoulders with behind the neck presses i would still say not to do them. seriously. they are horrible for your shoulder.

    overhead presses in front of your head will work just fine as long as you eat enough, train enough, and sleep enough. if you dont have those other variables in check it doesnt really matter the exercise.
    Ok well i will do in front of head press on smith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42
    Standing overheads...
    Seated for strength... Throw in some Arnold presses... And you got cannonball delts ;-)
    Thanks will do
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg1494

    Thanks will do
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