How To Build Boulder Rear Delts: Optimal Training Explained
In this video we’re looking at proper technique on rear delt exercises variations to maximize muscular development of the posterior shoulder while avoiding injury.
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Filmed and edited by Rashaun R and me using Final Cut Pro X and Sony A7R3
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