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Old 05-06-2005, 08:07 AM   #31
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Maybe I'm the only one, but I feel doing sets of 20 with alot of weight every few days is better than a thousand situps. The goal is making your muscles in your abs bigger. Diet will help them show.
Nope, I do weighted situps for the same reason.
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Old 05-06-2005, 08:18 AM   #32
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just make sure u dont train your obliques with weights...i heard it can make your waist line bigger unless this is what u wanna do?
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Old 05-06-2005, 04:50 PM   #33
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So what do you do to train obliques?
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Old 05-07-2005, 01:09 AM   #34
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So what do you do to train obliques?
I'm from Orange County so I have specialized machines. :cool:
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i just take a bar put it on my shoulders and then turn to the side and tense them...thats what it says in the arnold book so i just follow him its effective but u have to squeeze them hard many times
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What's the name of that machine 311? Orange county machine????
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What's the name of that machine 311? Orange county machine????
Actually it's called the "oblique" machine. Your upper body stays in place while your lower body swings from side to side. After a certain amount of weight, it starts to hurt your ribs.

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i just take a bar put it on my shoulders and then turn to the side and tense them...thats what it says in the arnold book so i just follow him its effective but u have to squeeze them hard many times

I do that one too.
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Actually it's called the "oblique" machine. Your upper body stays in place while your lower body swings from side to side. After a certain amount of weight, it starts to hurt your ribs.

I have been on machines that work just the opposite. The bottom is stationary while the top rotates from left to right.
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I use that machine too 311, but u said u are from orange county so u use a machine. It was one of my vein attempts to poke fun of u
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