Okay. So we're setting from this position. Okay just like that which will try to kind of rest them a little bit. Then as we come and bring the weights up.
How do I stop activating traps?
Movements. Now the goal here is isolation of my scapulas retraction. And protraction. Now watch me as i retract my back protracted retract it protracted.
How do you get rid of traps on your shoulders?
As you tilt your ear. Or as you tilt your left ear. Over. Towards your left shoulder.
What exercises to avoid building traps?
Press your arms back down. This time let's use that mind-body visualization floating the arms with our ha breath glide your shoulder blades right into the back pocket. And press your arms down.
How can I work my upper back without upper traps?
Okay so for this one. All. You need to do is set it. Low. Kind of step back a little bit like this you want to get a good 45 degree angle with the cable. And then bring the hips. Back.
When should traps be worked out?
Work them once at the start of one workout (say, for back), then again at the tail end of another session (maybe on chest or shoulder day). Hit your traps like this and they'll have no choice but to adapt. If they're always sore, or if they stop responding to this format, dial it back to once a week.