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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker View Post
    If you're asking for an accessory exercise after OHP then I would say you're doing the right one by sticking with side laterals. Do them standing and sometimes do them sitting.
    Those are the best delt builder for me. I just wanted to see what everyone's trying thanks man

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    side laterals,usually 6 sets. Front bb raises or one arm with cables. Rear delts on pec deck or bent over w/dbls. Finish off with an ohp movement, usually one arm presses on Hammer Strength chest press machine. Doing what would normally be my heaviest lift last, when fatigue has begun to set in, has seemed to keep this old body from injury.

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    Throwing squirrels and other forest critters keeps my shoulders in tip top shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilDoc87 View Post
    Throwing squirrels and other forest critters keeps my shoulders in tip top shape.
    Uhhh what?

    Installing upgraded body, PLEASE WAIT....................................

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