|06-14-2005, 07:33 PM||#13|
| Darkhorse |
Rank: Light Heavyweight
Experience: 7-10 Years
I'm not refuting that the pectoralis is ONE muscle, I agree. I also want to state that doing bench press does in fact work the upper chest to some degree. But, what I am saying is that the tensile contraction will vary with certain angles of pressing. Some angles do in fact stress the fibers to various degrees, hence incline, decline, ect.
|06-14-2005, 07:53 PM||#16|
| BG5150 |
My chest is not very big...along with the rest of me. However, I do know people who have big chests (and arms, and legs, etc) and got them w/out inclines. I was just (poorly, I guess) trying to advance their argument against them.
Plus, my delts are weak, and I think they lead me to fail on the lifts before my chest is ready to.
|06-15-2005, 03:18 AM||#19|
| WantingMuscle7 |
Experience: 1-2 Years
Join Date: Apr 2005
When I find time right now full time job and on weekend my dad decided to want another garage so probably another month or so till thats done and after work I run 2 miles.
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