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Old 07-09-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Ok, my lower pecs are formed well. Upp Pecs as well. But the middle/side part needs some help.

I do bench for my chest, do incline once in a while, working harder on doing incline, found a way I can do flys with the weights I have, don't have any dumb bells though. Tell me what I need to do to form my chest better.
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try some wide-grip presses
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Weighted Dips is an cure-all for chest.
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but u have to make sure to lean forward so your dont workout your triceps, but your pecs instead
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Ok, I know what dips are, but whats or how do you make a weighted dip?
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Nm, I found out
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