deltoids

How to draw Shoulders - A Process Tutorial

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Shoulders! How do they work?!?!

No, really. I honestly have no clue. Maybe it’s because I was born with hunched shoulders and they look a bit wrong compared to other people’s. But even if your shoulder looks normal, it probably is one of the most complex mix of muscles in your whole body. Because the range of motion of the shoulder is so big, there are a lot of muscles at work when moving it. Man, there are even a lot of muscles at work just to keep your arm in it’s place. So this week I plan to tackle and understand shoulders so I can finally draw them right.

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Anastasia Davletova.
Arms workout: Lateral Raises  for deltoids.
Lateral raises may be the most important exercise for shoulder width and mass. If you’re looking to widen your shoulders and develop that “cannonball” look, then lateral raises are an absolute must.
Lateral Raises are one of the only exercises that isolates the middle of the shoulder, and should be central to any good mass-building shoulder workout.
How to:
Stand up and hold one dumbbell with each hand in front of your hips, palms facing each other.
Raise the dumbbells to your sides until your arms are close to being parallel to the ground and lower them back down after a short pause.
Try to maintain the angles in your elbows still throughout.