Shoulder Day with Eddy Romero

| By Eric Wolfe
Shoulder Day with Eddy Romero

Shoulder Day with Eddy Romero

Get insane gains with this epic shoulder blast!   

But before you start (you're gonna need it)!  To maximize focus, energy and pump be sure to take your ENRAGE EXTREME preworkout 15-20 minutes before trying this workout!

If your goal is bigger delts you've come to the right place.  This workout will not only help build your shoulders but also give you a skin bursting pump along the way.  One of my favorite parts of training, the PUMP!

Follow these steps to the ultimate shoulder blasting workout!


In my book, good form and full ROM (Range Of Motion) are essential to get the optimal befits out of your exercises.  You want a full extension and a full contraction every rep.  Always focus on the muscle being worked (Mind-Muscle Connection) and control your tempo.  I rarely use a set tempo, just always keep the weights and movement under control.

With that being said, at the end of the sets, it's OKAY to comprise form a little to get those last 1-2 reps out.  We want full effort here, no slacking!


Generally I will increase my weight as I decrease my reps, you'll see the outline below.  If the exercise is 4 sets of 15, 12, 10, 8 then usually I am increasing my weight along the way.  Sometimes its just once, sometimes it's every set.  You can asses this as you go along, always trying to reach a point of failure with your desired reps.  The reps per set should be a ball park!  If you get to 10 and have 2 more in you, then hit a few extra reps, and then increase the weight for the final set.  Don't let the counting get to your head, during your workout you can always improvise and adjust.  For optimal results we must train at our optimal level.


We'll use a few different exercises to target the various parts of the deals (front, side, rear). This will help with overall development of the muscles.

In the workout below, different angles and pieces of equipment with different hand placements will be used.  It's always a good idea to vary these.  Also note, if a specific position doesn't feel comfortable then adjust to one that feels more comfortable and natural.  If you feel an unwanted strain when using a specific piece of equipment or movement, stop and adjust.


I usually rest 45-60 seconds between sets.  Always trying to push myself till failure each set.  My warm up consists of a few light rotator cuff exercises using the cables (I highly recommend this!) 

During my working I always mix 1 scoop of ENDURE BCAA with 24oz of ice cold water in my eFlow Shaker!  I definitely feel the increased pump from the Citrulline and Arginine, along with the improved endurance and recovery. 


Rotator Cuff (Cables - Warm Up) 4 X 20
Seated Dumbbell Press 4 x 15,12,10,8
Standing Side Raises 4 X 15,12,10,8
Standing Front Raises 4 X 15,12,10,8
Standing Reverse Flys (Cables - Rear Delts) 4 X 15,12,10,8
Machine Press 3 X 15,12,10,8
Upright Row (Grip Shoulder Width Apart) 4 X 15,12,10,8
Dumbbell Shrugs 4 X 8-10



Eddy Romero
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