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    Default what is this exercise called? does it even exist?

    it's like a barbell front delt raise, except you raise the barbell all the way over head.
    so do a barbell front raise and extend all the way up until overhead starting from front/waist finish over head. if it's an actual exercise, what is the name of it?

    also isn't this exercise a pretty good test of strength? if you build up to using decent weight with strict form (i consider military press to be the ultimate)





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    Some people do this with a plate rather than barbell.
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    It's a barbell front raise but most people stop at about eye level. I am going to do them in my next program as an accessory to strengthen shoulders for bench press.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Some people do this with a plate rather than barbell.
    yeah but i've nevr seen anyone anywhere ever do them raise all the way up over head.


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    Quote Originally Posted by StrongerThanEver View Post
    It's a barbell front raise but most people stop at about eye level. I am going to do them in my next program as an accessory to strengthen shoulders for bench press.
    you do them full rom to over head?

    what do you think about barbell cuban press? my shoulders feel good with them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ;752852
    yeah but i've nevr seen anyone anywhere ever do them raise all the way up over head.
    Seem plenty.
    Activates the traps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by <ULTRA-MEGA> View Post
    you do them full rom to over head?

    what do you think about barbell cuban press? my shoulders feel good with them.
    No, never overhead. I do shoulder dislocates with bands. That's the only thing I do that's similar.

    I had to watch the cuban press on YouTube, never hear of it it before. It looks good for shoulder mobility / strength.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Seem plenty.
    Activates the traps.
    yeah i felt it did a lot. seen people do them laying on an incline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by <ULTRA-MEGA> View Post
    it's like a barbell front delt raise, except you raise the barbell all the way over head.
    so do a barbell front raise and extend all the way up until overhead starting from front/waist finish over head. if it's an actual exercise, what is the name of it?

    also isn't this exercise a pretty good test of strength? if you build up to using decent weight with strict form (i consider military press to be the ultimate)
    It's not an exercise that you can go heavy with, they are good for ruining your shoulders and wrists though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by <ULTRA-MEGA> View Post
    it's like a barbell front delt raise, except you raise the barbell all the way over head.
    so do a barbell front raise and extend all the way up until overhead starting from front/waist finish over head. if it's an actual exercise, what is the name of it?

    also isn't this exercise a pretty good test of strength? if you build up to using decent weight with strict form (i consider military press to be the ultimate)
    Its official name is the Barbell High Front Lateral Raise or the BHFLR. Its not a good exercise to test strength for. MP is a great strength tester.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Some people do this with a plate rather than barbell.
    Dinner Plate?


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