Standing Bradford press

The standing Bradford press is an obscure yet effective shoulder exercise that alternates front presses with behind-the-neck presses. It can be used as a warm-up for other press variations on a shoulder day, or as a muscle-building movement on its own in a shoulder or upper-body focused workout. It is usually performed for relatively high reps, such as 8-15 reps per set or higher, or just to the point of fatigue.

Benefits

  1. Increases shoulder mobility
  2. Works multiple heads of the deltoids at once
  3. Great warm-up or burnout
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