Bigger Wider Shoulders in 24 SECONDS (Shoulder Workout for Mass)

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25 thoughts on “Bigger Wider Shoulders in 24 SECONDS (Shoulder Workout for Mass)”

  1. Hi Vince,

    Tell me, instead of working the antagonistic muscles for the slow count,
    why not do the same for the agonistic muscles when doing the same exercise?
    Also, what difference does it make to the muscles if you do the movements
    in 3 or 4 submovements vs the super slow technique in one antagonistic and
    follow through with the agonistic movement? In either case you can work up
    to the fatigue or failure state and that’s basically what counts in
    building the muscles.

    Second point; The proponents of the super-slow technique say it’s not
    necessary to do cardio. I’ve never raised my heart rate to the same steady
    level as when using cardio machines..I therefore do about 4 days of
    strength training and 2 days of interval running/walking on a treadmill.
    What’s you view on this routine?

    Third point; I watched your video of building shoulders, it looks like some
    of your clients hold their breath while exercising. This valsalva manuver
    is not wise and can cause physical problems.

    You do a great job in the fitness field. Keep it up and best regards,
    Paul Beck the Fitnessmavin.

  2. How would you like to learn 2 very different techniques to train your
    shoulders to pack on mass quicker than your fellow gym buddies? If so,
    watch this!

  3. Hey Vince, i went from 200lb with 20% body fat down to 180lb with 13% body
    thanks to you. I am still struggling to lose the bit of belly fat at the
    bottom :). Any tips? Cheers

  4. Whahaha why so fake? “I’m following Vince for over 5 years now” and still
    look like that?? And as a beginner you should grow much faster…

  5. Vince, thanks for wearing your cross!! Here is a verse ….For I am not
    ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation
    to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile. Rom. 1:16

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