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How To Get Bigger Shoulders In 4 Weeks

Updated on September 2, 2013

Get big shoulders in 4 weeks

Men do you want big shoulders in 4 weeks? Of course you do! When you are walking around in a tank top or at the beach shirtless or even in a regular t-shirt your shoulders can be the first attribute people spot. So how do you get big shoulders and in a quick amount of time? Well lucky for you that you have found this article. This is a very intense routine so be prepared to give it your all! Follow the following 4 week shoulder workout routine and within 4 weeks you could certainly have noticeable, bigger, stronger looking shoulders. Good luck in your quest for building big shoulders.

Week 1

This is week one of four in your quest to getting big shoulders. The first thing to know is that you will be completing two shoulder workouts this week. Just make sure you allow three to four days between the workouts too allow proper healing time. If you want big shoulders than you can't make excuses and you need to make yourself workout.

Day one-Start off with seated dumbbell shoulder presses. Use heavy weight and perform three sets, six to eight reps for each set. The second exercise you will perform is the barbell shoulder press. Use heavy weight and perform three sets, six to eight reps for each set. The final exercise you will perform are lateral dumbbell raises. Use light moderate weight and perform five sets, eight to twelve reps for each set.

Day two- Start off with standing barbell shoulder presses. Use light weight  and perform three sets, ten to twelve reps per set. The second exercise you will be performing are standing dumbbell shoulder raises. Use light weight and perform three sets, ten to twelve reps per set. Finally finish up by performing dumbbell lateral raises. Use light weight and perform three sets, ten to twelve reps per set.

Once you finish up these two workouts you will be surprised at how easy they were. This is the first week of four in your quest in getting big shoulders and you are now ready for week two.

Week 2

 Welcome to week two of week four in your journey to getting big shoulders!!! You are almost there and in three more weeks you should see a big difference in the size of your shoulders. You will only be performing one shoulder workout this week but it is an intense one. Good luck on your continued journey for getting big shoulders.

Day one- Start off by performing seated barbell shoulder presses. Use heavy weight and perform five sets, six to eight reps per set. Next you will be performing barbell front raises. Use moderate weight and perform five sets, eight to ten reps per set. Now you will move on and perform seated dumbbell lateral raises. Use light weight and perform five sets, ten to twelve reps per set. Now you will perform side raises with dumbbells. Use light weight and perform three sets, ten to twelve reps per set.

Now you are one step closer to getting very big shoulders. You are also halfway through your routine so give yourself a pat on the back. Now you are ready to move onto week three of week four on your quest to getting big shoulders.

Week 3

Welcome to week three of four in your journey in getting huge, enormous, big shoulders!!! This week you will be performing one shoulder workout but it will consist of using giant sets.

Day one- You will perform the following exercises one after another with very little or no rest and in order. Those exercises are seated barbell shoulder presses, seated dumbbell shoulder presses, front dumbbell shoulder raises, cable machine lateral raises, bent dumbbell lateral raises. You will use light weight for these exercises and you will perform ten to twelve reps per exercise. You will perform a total of five giant sets. If you are able to do the math this means you will perform fifty to sixty reps per giant set.

This is a very intense workout but if you want big shoulders fast than you need to be prepared to up your workouts and take them to the next level. Now you are ready for week four!

Week 4

You have now reached week four in your quest to getting big shoulders and you should be proud because you have finally reached this point of the routine! This week you will only be performing one shoulder workout.

Day one- The first exercise you will perform is the seated machine shoulder press. Use light weight and perform five sets, twelve to fifteen reps per set. The next exercise you will perform are seated dumbbell shoulder presses. Use light weight and perform five sets, twelve to fifteen reps per set. The next exercise you will perform is lateral raises with dumbbells. Use light weight and perform five sets, twelve to fifteen reps per set.

You have now completed your four weeks of training. Do you have big shoulders now? Either way I bet you had one heck of a workout the last four weeks you trained you shoulders. Keep at it and soon enough you will have the big shoulders that you want.

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      mj 

      6 years ago

      another question. i the giant set, do i have to raise the weight in each giant set?

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      mj 

      6 years ago

      im a bit confused. Is Lateral dumbbell raises different from side raises with dumbbells? im reffering to week 2, day 1, 3rd and 4th exercise. the seated dumbbell raises and the side raises.

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      farouk 

      7 years ago

      thank you for the tips :)

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