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I commented to clarify the question, but since "toning" up the shoulders is physiologically impossible unless you plan to lose body fat, I'll give some exercises that have worked for me in the past in terms of getting bigger and stronger delts. First, absolutely nothing beats an overhead press when it comes to building shoulders (proven both by EMGs and ...


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Answers courtesy of ExRx Shoulders are built up of: Deltoid Anterior Lateral Posterior Supraspinatus Also visible in the area are your Trapezius, Upper Fibers & Levator Scapulae. I'll give you a good example of the most popular (based on reddit's opinion) exercise for each: Deltoid Anterior: Shoulder Press Lateral: Lateral Dumbbell ...


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I tend to agree with your instinct that you should look to target the major deltoid muscles. I think a good recipe for shoulder development is to continue with compound movements, but, also add movements like Reverse Pec Deck/Machine Flyes that target the rear deltoid. If you have access to a cable crossover machine, there are a whole host of exercises you ...


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If your shoulders need to catch up, I assume they are smaller than you would like them to be. The answer is : overhead press. This is the most (only?) useful exercise to get big shoulders, especially when you go heavy. Afterwards, if you seek for definition, the first step is to lower your body fat, and only after that you can proceed with isolation ...



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