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Typically as you get stronger doing a particular exercise, first choose to increase the reps and then the weight. For exercises like the deltoid front raises, I’d recommend that after you increase your reps, hold back on increasing the weight and increase the time under tension first. Increasing the weight too soon can lead to shoulder injury and neck strain. What I mean by time under tension is to go slow on the eccentric downward motion. If you can do this for 15 reps x 3 sets, then increase the weight you are using accordingly. 😊 Remember, strategies to avoid injury play a vital part in helping you be consistent in your routine. 😉 . .
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