Josh Bryant uses an EliteFTS Swiss Bar on an incline bench for front raises to burn and isolate the shoulders.
Put your bench at an incline and lay your chest flat on the bench. With a slight bend at the elbows, raise your arms until they are at eye level. Throw some plates on too to get more resistance.
According to the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, front shoulder raises show the greatest activation at the anterior and middle deltoid, upper trap, infraspinatus, and serratus anterior. (Jakobsen, 2012).
This exercise will get you #bouldershoulders.