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Boulder Shoulder Routine

Posted by Shawn Sprafka on

I always start with cardio to warm up to help prevent injuries. I also have been switching between Redcon1 Total War (New flavor Cotton Candy is amazing) & GAT Nitraflex for my pre-workout supplement for better performance. Click HERE to check out all of the pre-workouts available. 

Warm Up - 10 Minutes of Cardio (Any form) 

Super Set - 5 Total Sets

Arnold Press - (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

Behind Head Military Press - (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

**After each super set - 1 Lap of Farmer Carries around your gym

Super Set - 5 Total Sets

Full-Frontal Raises - (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

Upright Rows - (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

**After each super set - 1 Lap of Farmer Carries around your gym

Super Set - 5 Total Sets

Lateral Raises - (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

Dumbbell Shrugs - (30, 25, 20, 15, 10)

**After each super set - 1 Lap of Farmer Carries around your gym

 

For recovery & growth I would definitely recommend supplementing with a protein powder.  Repairing those torn muscle fibers as quickly as possible is essential in muscle growth, and our protein powders will help you do that! Another option can be BCAAs which will help prevent muscle breakdown and keep you in an anabolic state.  

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Thanks for reading.

-Shawn

 

NutriFit is a locally and privately owned nutritional supplement retail company specializing in high-quality products, competitive pricing, nutritional information and excellent customer service.

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