The cable wide grip upright row targets your lateral deltoid. If performed in a certain way, it can lead to shoulder impingement in some people.
The incline dumbbell front raise is an isolation exercise that targets your anterior deltoid. Your lateral deltoid and upper chest are the main synergists.
A compound exercise, the kettlebell swing is great for cardio circuits, developing functional strength, and strengthening your posterior chain muscles.
Learn how to properly perform the cable front raise, a shoulder isolation exercise that mainly works your anterior and lateral deltoids and upper pecs.
Target your posterior deltoid with the lying dumbbell one-arm rear lateral raise. To minimize involvement of your lateral deltoid, your body must be horizontal.
The plate front raise is an auxiliary shoulder exercise that targets your anterior deltoid. Using a heavy weight will significantly challenge your core.
An auxiliary shoulder exercise, the seated dumbbell lateral raise targets your lateral deltoid. The seated position minimizes your ability to cheat.
The seated bent-over lateral raise (aka seated rear delt raise) is a shoulder and back exercise that targets your posterior deltoids.
Work your posterior deltoids with the supine cable reverse fly! Keep your arms perpendicular to your body to minimize latissimus dorsi involvement.
Strengthen and build your posterior deltoids with the cable rear delt row. Your lateral deltoid and various back and arm muscles act as synergists.
Use the dumbbell Cuban rotation to strengthen three of the four muscles of your rotator cuff and thus promote a strong and stable shoulder joint!
Use the cable one-arm lateral raise to build your lateral and anterior deltoids, and develop unilateral upper-body strength.