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Excerpt: Do y’all prefer front raises with a pronated or neutral grip? Also is there a difference been searching but cannot find any solid material explaining difference in grip on front delt raises

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    Front delt raises

    Do y’all prefer front raises with a pronated or neutral grip? Also is there a difference been searching but cannot find any solid material explaining difference in grip on front delt raises


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    Re: Front delt raises

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    Do y’all prefer front raises with a pronated or neutral grip? Also is there a difference been searching but cannot find any solid material explaining difference in grip on front delt raises

    I switched to doing them with hammer grip when I was dealing with some tennis elbow issues quite sometime back. Although the tennis elbow issues have passed, I never changed my grip back since it didn't really seem to change the workout I was getting in my shoulders.

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    Re: Front delt raises

    isolation exercises always come secondary for me regardless. maybe i will do a couple sets of these after a workout in front of the mirror just to increase vascularity to mire myself but to be honest it is the compound lifts that actually strengthen the delts and they really don't need to be overtrained at all, in fact it is very counter productive to over train them
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    Re: Front delt raises

    I don't do them. And if you bench etc you're probably already over working them.

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    Re: Front delt raises

    I rotate between the two in between sets personally.

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    Re: Front delt raises

    Do all of them...
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    Re: Front delt raises

    I dont do front raises. Presses will hit them hard enough. So will upright rows
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