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Ain't much action on the training forum so I'll throw this one out here. I was reading some article on a bb'r who said that if you're doing your chest/shoulder exercises, there's no need to do isolation exercises for the delts. Then I'm reading another article that says if you're doing the proper exercise rotation, there's no need to isolate the Ab's. In fact it will make your midsection thicker and you'll lose the "V" shape. You bro's put any belief in this?


   
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newjuicer
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Not for a minute! I believe that you need to isolate the delts for proper development, it seems only logical to me that if you train a muscle it will develop, not by doing a muscle that is near or arround the area... In the matter of abs, I hate to do the fuckers, but if I don't work them I don't see a 6 pack! That is for sure. I don't work them much though, only 1 time in a week or two.


   
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Durabolin
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ANother crap article - do not read body building magazines! Delts - yes you should be benching, military presses, chins, barbell rows, but after a certain time you need to do upright rows, rear lateral raises, lateral raises to keep proportions. Abs - they are very important - it is like saying dont train lower back, total bullshit! You need a strong trunk to prevent injury and assist in every exercise. I wouldn't bother reading that mag again


   
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RacerXHGH
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CRAP! I know first hand. I didn't do too much Delt work until eight months ago. I just didn't like doing them. I've been hitting them hard with military presses, lateral raises, front raises, rear raises, and upright rows. The little guys are big guys now. Good delts make your whole upper body look much bigger and more proportioned when they're big.


   
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newjuicer
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Originally posted by RacerXHGH CRAP! I know first hand. I didn't do too much Delt work until eight months ago. I just didn't like doing them. I've been hitting them hard with military presses, lateral raises, front raises, rear raises, and upright rows. The little guys are big guys now. Good delts make your whole upper body look much bigger and more proportioned when they're big. Just, DAHH! NO SHIT!


   
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(@rtlltj)
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seriously i think i have fairly big delts for being natural and they make me look really big from the side. I think the one thing that adds to a awesome physique is from the front having shoulders that look like a tennis ball was stuck in each one then it comes down sharply into your bicep.


   
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(@threads)
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Isolation is key to ripping it out. As said above....CRAP article. As said by Durabolin.. you need a strong trunk. Abs are the core of your body coupled with your back. Every lift you do moves right through that plane, thus, they need to be worked individually to be balanced and strong.


   
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