Routines: Triseries to Broaden and Shape the Shoulders

Individuality can be a good thing, but certain principles make some routines better than others, especially for specific goals. So instead of presenting you with 9.5 million ways to train your Altoids, I’ve opted to narrow it down to 3 really good exercises, each with a unique training goal. These are triseries routines to broaden and shape the shoulders.

Routines: Triseries to Broaden and Shape the Shoulders

Small routine with which your shoulders will be spectacular.

I have been testing this shoulder Triseries for a few months now, which I am going to tell you about.

I usually do this training for about six weeks since it is quite hard, but at the same time rewarding. I would like you to try it so you can see the results and comment. To see if it works for you too.

It serves to broaden and mark shoulders, it is done at high speed and with great intensity. Perhaps the least experienced should leave it for later, and those who already have a certain professionalism cut times, put more weights or series.

Special shoulder Triseries

Exercise 1

  • Military Press – 4 series of 12 to 6 repetitions. Putting on weight, 2 minute break

Exercise 2


  • A- Arnold dumbbell press (seated dumbbell press)
  • B- Rowing high or chin
  • C- Dumbbell lifts (standing birds)

This shoulder Rotisseries is done four times, about 10 repetitions in each exercise with a weight that makes you work with the pole, 1 and a half minute rest between Triseries and Rotisseries. If you add, we will do about 120 repetitions in a very short time.

Exercise 3

We finish the training with one-hand cable lift (birds foot cable) 4 series of one 15 reps without rest, while you do with the left and the right rest.

Training duration

In just 40 minutes or less, I am done with the smoking shoulder and a spectacular and very rewarding feeling. I hope you like try it and comment friends.