Shoulder Press - Range Of Motion


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Exercise Science
Greater range of motion equals to greater benefit while performing shoulder press.

But then why do some stop at 90 degrees while others bring the dumbbells down to touch shoulders? Let's get an insight into the range of motion while doing shoulder press. Content by Aditya Mahajan Reference: 1. GRAVES, J., POLLOCK, M., JONES, A., COLVIN, A., & LEGGETT, S. (1989). Specificity of limited range of motion variable resistance training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 21(1), 84-89. 2. Pinto, R. S., Gomes, N., Radaelli, R., Botton, C. E., Brown, L. E., & Bottaro, M. (2012). Effect of range of motion on muscle strength and thickness. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 26(8), 2140-2145.

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So, the take.away from this is that both of them are correct?

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