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saint808
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07/07/2018 1:40 am  

no matter what i do it just doesn't pop out.

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To quote Oscar Wilde, "They say we destroy the things we love, but really the things we love destroy us."

It's strange, how laughter looks like crying, with no sound and rain drops taste like tears, without the pain.


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liftsiron
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07/07/2018 2:27 am  

Heavy incline DB presses is the one exercise that has the most positive benefit on my chest.

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massfreak
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07/07/2018 3:20 am  

I would agree with liftsiron


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07/07/2018 4:05 am  

What angle incline do you guys use, maybe this will offer some help too. I sometimes notice guys with the seat up WAY to high, resulting in a nice shoulder workout!


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Dieharder
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07/07/2018 4:44 am  

dips and dumnbells are slooowwly making my chest grow, barbell exercises just hurt my shoulders


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saint808
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07/07/2018 5:23 am  

just got some info of promuscle and phil hernon's book... i'lll paste it when i get back from the gym.

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To quote Oscar Wilde, "They say we destroy the things we love, but really the things we love destroy us."

It's strange, how laughter looks like crying, with no sound and rain drops taste like tears, without the pain.


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the iron addict
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07/07/2018 5:58 am  

Dips and dumbells. Barbell movements are mostly front delt and triceps for many, many trainees.

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Dieharder
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07/07/2018 6:32 am  
Posted by: the iron addict
Dips and dumbells. Barbell movements are mostly front delt and triceps for many, many trainees.
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My thoughts exactly


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jhov
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07/07/2018 7:30 am  

For most people I know, myself included, and from studies on fiber recruitment I would say Heavy dips
Decline presses
pushups between benches with added weight.
These seem to work the chest the best. As IA alluded to dumbell movements are best.
peace
J


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liftsiron
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07/07/2018 8:26 am  
Posted by: jhov
For most people I know, myself included, and from studies on fiber recruitment I would say Heavy dips
Decline presses
pushups between benches with added weight.
These seem to work the chest the best. As IA alluded to dumbell movements are best.
peace
J

You need to add a good deal of incline movements to avoid heavy lower pecs and shallow upper pec development.

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jhov
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07/07/2018 8:59 am  

Originally posted by liftsiron
You need to add a good deal of incline movements to avoid heavy lower pecs and shallow upper pec development.
I never implied that you did not need to have incline movements.
My above post was about overal movments that seem to work the best for people who do them and the studies on fiber recruitment. Some need loads of incline work and some don't.
peace
J


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gateCrasher
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07/07/2018 9:34 am  

Originally posted by the iron addict
Dips and dumbells. Barbell movements are mostly front delt and triceps for many, many trainees.

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Damn...took me 3 more posts to catch this...must be the wine. I thought you were saying that dumbells were mostlfy for delt and tri's...was starting to sweat and rethink my entire chest workout in my head...geez..like my life flashed in front of my eyes....

But yeah, I agree, inclined dumbells tend to give my chest a really good focused pump. I also try to throw in some incline flyes, but they sometimes ache my shoulders, so I do them on the machine. Cable crossovers with good form give a good pump too. Dips are great, but tend to hurt my shoulders also. Seems like the shoulders are a single point of failure for lots of peeps.

-gC


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bjjfighter
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07/07/2018 10:07 am  

Wine gatecrasher?? Kinda shi-shi, no?

j/k

struggle---and shine on

Just because there is a goalie, doesnt mean you can't score.

Satisfaction is the death of desire.

Practice makes perfect; and I love 2 practice!!
-Dan Gable


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Dodnof
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07/07/2018 11:04 am  

My shoulder had been hurting everytime I did moderately heavy or just a lot of reps on chest. I began doing alot of light rotator cuff exercises between sets and in a few weeks it had helped trememdously. My problem is now that my barbell flat bench weight is going up, my left elbow pops everytime I 3/4 extend it and begins to ache about halfway through my workout. It is really beginning to piss me off because it is hindering my lifting. Any ideas on getting rid of elbow pain? (Didnt mean to hijack)


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bosshog
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07/07/2018 12:05 pm  

Originally posted by bjjfighter
Wine gatecrasher?? Kinda shi-shi, no?

j/k

Well he is kown to be a bit of a fruit-cup !!


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