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Old 05-01-2005, 05:54 AM   #1
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My chest is all developed and tight except for the bottom, like near the nipple.

I was wondering what kinds of workouts would work that area?
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Old 05-01-2005, 06:43 AM   #2
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Decline bench, decline fly and dips are great for a overall.
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My chest is all developed and tight except for the bottom, like near the nipple.

I was wondering what kinds of workouts would work that area?
Unfortunately, the only thing that's going to get your lower chest a "cut" appearance is dieting alone. Working out your lower chest with dips, declines, ect is good for getting size, but it won't burn fat in that specific area. To minimize the flabby look, just do the exercises Dr.X said and get that part of your chest muscle bigger. But cutting bodyweight is the only real answer. :(

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There is this one method that works very good with weighted dips. It's called the Parrillo Method. It's hard to describe. Basically, after you get up on the dip bar with your arms locked at the elbow, you try and extend your arms further down. The reps are almost like doing shrugs. You should really feel a deep burn after 2 or 3 of them. It takes away using your triceps and focuses solely on your chest. The dip is actually only maybe 3-4 inches down then back up.
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Old 05-02-2005, 02:43 AM   #5
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There is this one method that works very good with weighted dips. It's called the Parrillo Method. It's hard to describe. Basically, after you get up on the dip bar with your arms locked at the elbow, you try and extend your arms further down. The reps are almost like doing shrugs. You should really feel a deep burn after 2 or 3 of them. It takes away using your triceps and focuses solely on your chest. The dip is actually only maybe 3-4 inches down then back up.
so now i know why it always burns by my pecs instead of my triceps when im doing dips....becuase im not doing them right :( oh well ill master everything with time
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There is this one method that works very good with weighted dips. It's called the Parrillo Method. It's hard to describe. Basically, after you get up on the dip bar with your arms locked at the elbow, you try and extend your arms further down. The reps are almost like doing shrugs. You should really feel a deep burn after 2 or 3 of them. It takes away using your triceps and focuses solely on your chest. The dip is actually only maybe 3-4 inches down then back up.

I've done those. Is that John Parrillo by chance?
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I've done those. Is that John Parrillo by chance?
That's the guy. He has a ton of expensive training programs to get certified and stuff. I usually do my last set this Parrillo style, but the other 3 I do all the way down, up.
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Just buy some hydroxycut or Leptoprin and use it everyday for 10 weeks at the recommended dosages and eat everything u want, u will loose all the bf on your lower chest.
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This is just the advice I've been waiting to hear!!!!
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This is just the advice I've been waiting to hear!!!!
I seriously hope that u are not talking about my advice
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