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Monday, February 21, 2022

Rear Delt Exercises for Mass

Rear Delt Exercises for Mass








To target the rear deltoids and promote muscle growth (hypertrophy), it's important to include specific exercises that isolate and effectively stimulate these muscles. The rear deltoids are part of the shoulder muscles and are often overlooked, so incorporating dedicated exercises can help you achieve balanced shoulder development. Here are some effective rear delt exercises for mass:

1. Rear Delt Flyes:

  • Dumbbell Rear Delt Flyes:

    1. Start by sitting or standing with a dumbbell in each hand, palms facing each other.
    2. Hinge at the hips to bend forward while keeping a slight bend in the elbows.
    3. Lift the dumbbells out to the sides, focusing on contracting the rear delts.
    4. Squeeze at the top of the movement, then lower the weights with control.
  • Cable Rear Delt Flyes:

    1. Attach two single-handle attachments to cable machines at shoulder height.
    2. Stand or kneel between the machines, grab the handles, and extend your arms out to the sides.
    3. Pull the handles outward, leading with your elbows, and squeeze the rear delts at the end of the movement.

2. Face Pulls:

  • Using Cable Machine:
    1. Set the cable machine at about face height.
    2. Attach a rope or face pull attachment.
    3. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, grab the handles with an overhand grip, and pull them towards your face.
    4. Focus on squeezing the rear delts and upper back.

3. Reverse Pec Deck Machine:

  • Using the Pec Deck Machine:
    1. Adjust the seat on the pec deck machine so that your chest is against the pad.
    2. Grasp the handles with your palms facing backward.
    3. Keep a slight bend in your elbows and squeeze your shoulder blades together as you bring the handles backward.

4. Bent-Over Rear Delt Raises:

  • Dumbbell Bent-Over Raises:
    1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand.
    2. Hinge at the hips, keeping a slight bend in the knees.
    3. Lift the dumbbells out to the sides, leading with the elbows, and squeeze the rear delts at the top.

5. Seated Rear Delt Machine:

  • Using a Rear Delt Machine:
    1. Adjust the machine settings to align the handles with your rear delts.
    2. Sit facing the machine, grab the handles, and pull them backward while squeezing the rear delts.

Tips for Effective Rear Delt Training:

  1. Mind-Muscle Connection:

    • Focus on contracting the rear delts during each repetition. Avoid using excessive momentum or relying on other muscles.
  2. Controlled Movements:

    • Perform exercises with controlled and deliberate movements. Avoid swinging or jerking the weights.
  3. Progressive Overload:

    • Gradually increase the resistance or weight used in your rear delt exercises as your strength and endurance improve.
  4. Include Variety:

    • Rotate between different rear delt exercises to provide variety and ensure comprehensive development.
  5. Warm-Up:

    • Prioritize a proper warm-up to prepare the shoulder joints and muscles for the workout.
  6. Frequency:

    • Include rear delt exercises in your shoulder or upper-body workouts at least once or twice a week.

Remember to prioritize proper form and listen to your body. If you experience any pain or discomfort, adjust the weight or consult with a fitness professional or healthcare provider for guidance.



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