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4747 07-09-2005 09:53 PM

upper chest help
 
i have been working my chest out alot my lower chest is looking good but my upper chest needs some help it is to flat what would be some good upper chest work outs

BG5150 07-09-2005 09:57 PM

A lot of people (0311, included :p) like inclines.

Darkhorse 07-09-2005 10:07 PM

30 degree incline presses are the best. Dumbbells should be your first choice. Check past posts by myself regarding this matter. ie. big pecs, EMG results.

BG5150 07-09-2005 10:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 0311
30 degree incline presses are the best. Dumbbells should be your first choice. Check past posts by myself regarding this matter. ie. big pecs, EMG results.

Anything higher works my delts too much. (IMHO)

Darkhorse 07-09-2005 10:15 PM

30 degrees of an incline will barely work your delts more than your flat bench would. You're not saying flat bench is better for upper pecs, right? The EMG machine is accurate IMO. ;)

BG5150 07-09-2005 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 0311
30 degrees of an incline will barely work your delts more than your flat bench would. You're not saying flat bench is better for upper pecs, right? The EMG machine is accurate IMO. ;)

No. I was just saying that I do my inclines at 30, so the delts aren't involved (or at least, their involvement is minimized). Anything higher and I find I fail a lot quicker because my shoulders are giving out before the pecs.

WantingMuscle7 07-10-2005 06:23 AM

My shoulders are weak so I cant go high in degrees im hoping later on I can though.

verbatimreturned 07-10-2005 09:53 AM

interesting i go higher than 30 degrees and my shoulders are still a weak spot lol

WantingMuscle7 07-10-2005 10:01 AM

I ignored shoulders and back when starting to work out. Was pretty stupid.

verbatimreturned 07-10-2005 10:02 AM

same here


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