Andrea Shaw and Cyd Gillon Share Olympia-Winning Training Secrets
“Everything was focused on the outisde, pulling down and out. Not necessarily inside because I didn’t need that type of depth and width.”
“When done correctly, rear delts are involved as well as some of the upper back muscles,” she explained. While demonstrating the movement, Shaw shared why she feels it can be a troublesome area for some competitors and fitness enthusiasts.
“Most people tend to train what they can see face on in the mirror. So, it definitely takes a little more effort to really go after the things you can’t see,” Shaw said. “Keep a tall posture, and control the weight.”
Lightning strikes twice.