Steve Cook Smashes Arms And Shoulders

Big is good, but big and strong is even better. Build a set of seriously strong shoulders and arms with this superset-based video workout from Steve Cook!
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It's true: big biceps, triceps, and shoulders look good on everybody. But you know what's even better? Strong biceps, triceps, and shoulders. That's what this workout is all about. I want you to look great, but I also want those muscle groups to be strong and function well.

Because shoulders and arms are relatively small muscle groups, you can work them together on the same day without overtaxing the nervous system.

This workout is designed to work each head of the delt and the biceps and triceps in under 45 minutes. The program is broken down into two distinct sections for your shoulders and arms. First, we'll tackle your shoulders with some heavy presses, two supersets, and a tough finisher. Then, you'll hammer your arms with one heavy superset and one lighter superset.

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  1. Navdeep Panesar / April 29, 2016

    First!

    • henry29992 / April 29, 2016

      Well done, everyone is so proud of you..

  2. Anna Lorraine Yu / April 29, 2016

    What type of a belt is that? Can women use that? I’ve never used any before
    but I’d like to start to as I change the intensity of my workouts. What
    brand is best for women?

    • Manuel Strondl / April 29, 2016

      Just changing the intensity doesn’t mean that you need a belt. It is useful
      for heavy, core engaging stuff like deadlifts and squats, if you try to do
      a 1 rep max.
      Using a belt all the time will take off the core stress and it will lose
      strength and stability!

    • Manny Alvarez / April 29, 2016

      +Manuel Strondl
      I agree with you bro. I don’t put the belt on till I’m hitting those heavy
      triples or doubles.

    • Anna Lorraine Yu / April 29, 2016

      Thanks for the tips guys!

    • André Monteiro / June 18, 2016

      Why do women have to wear a different one than men? Use the same one

  3. wkbeats / April 29, 2016

    Swolder Nation!

  4. Lori Gardner / April 29, 2016

    Wow, love the info given along with the exercises Thanx :)

  5. TheLamboking1234 / April 29, 2016

    What are the shoes is he wearing

    • James Wan Yew Kean / April 29, 2016

      +TheLamboking1234 nike flyknit racer!!!

  6. James Wan Yew Kean / April 29, 2016

    Steve always be my motivation!!

  7. Atheer Hamed / April 29, 2016

    All day i see your videos Steve your great

  8. Jesus Giraldo / April 29, 2016

    you are exactly what i wana look like.

  9. hefner thedon / April 30, 2016

    What is the watch he is wearing? looks cool

  10. amicozzz / May 1, 2016

    goal physique period

    • beljaneimiel / May 5, 2016

      +amicozzz this is hard work to achieve. a true goal physique mate! my goal
      physique too.

    • amicozzz / May 5, 2016

      +beljaneimiel few more years brah!

    • beljaneimiel / May 5, 2016

      yeah mate! it will all be worth it in the end

  11. Jedd Turcotte / May 2, 2016

    For anyone who wants to just print it out the entire workout is listed here

    SHOULDERS

    DUMBBELL PUSH-PRESS
    2 warm-up sets, 4 working sets of 6-8 reps

    SUPERSET 1:
    DUMBBELL LATERAL RAISE
    1 warm-up set, 3 working sets of 10 reps
    BENT-OVER REVERSE CABLE FLY
    3 sets of 10 reps

    SUPERSET 2:
    BARBELL FRONT RAISE
    3 sets of 10 reps
    UPRIGHT BARBELL ROW
    3 sets of 10 reps

    PRISON PUSH-UP
    3 sets of 10 reps

    ARMS

    SUPERSET 1:
    EZ-BAR CURL
    2 warm-up sets, 3 working sets of 6-8 reps
    DUMBBELL SKULLCRUSHER
    2 warm-up sets, 3 working sets of 6-8 reps

    SUPERSET 2:
    BENCH DIP
    3 sets of 8-10 reps
    SEATED HAMMER CURL
    3 sets of 10 reps

  12. Prince FA / May 2, 2016

    All kinds of shoulder impingements .. all kinds.

  13. carhart001 / May 5, 2016

    4:06 “that’s a good shoulder workout when you can’t quite get the water up
    to drink it”. Steve has a great sense of humor. Everyone should check out
    his channel then force someone else to watch. Swoldier nation. Steve Cook:
    body goals and sweet hair, no homo.

  14. Shirley smith / May 12, 2016

    love this guys positive attitude to life .(with some challenging workouts
    to boot!)

  15. Eric Wilhite / May 21, 2016

    I like that gym- but dang it’s always like a ghost town.

  16. Lili Hernandez / May 27, 2016

    I try this and I can’t feel arms!

    • Blurry face / June 10, 2016

      did u focus to your arm ?

    • Job De La Cruz Aureoles / July 20, 2016

      +Blurry face maybe she meant like sore wise she couldn’t feel her arms
      after the workout ?

  17. Eymen Kilic / June 6, 2016

    so little amount of triceps in this workout..

  18. Vũ NA / July 20, 2016

    ATHLEAN X said UPRIGHT ROW is the worst exercise?

  19. jin5632 / July 21, 2016

    My greatest bodybuilding idol. I did the Big man on campus program and i
    got great results. keep up the good work steve

  20. musse jalaho / August 1, 2016

    Thanks for the great workout Mr. Steve! Just came home and im exhausted. My
    question is if i don’t get soreness does that mean i haven’t worked out
    enough?

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