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Old 09-25-2007, 11:38 PM
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Originally Posted by thonaker View Post
Interesting 0311. So, it's like building your traps by not doing them directly, and only working them through exercises like deadlifts and power cleans.

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Well, those are the only two exercises I'd recommend to build them lol. I just meant that sometimes (most of the time) the best way to increase growth in an area is to hammer away at those full body compound lifts as well as eating and sleeping lol. If your forearms are small, deadlift without straps vs. doing some 20 lb wrist curl. Or to increase your biceps by cutting down on actual curls in favor of pulling exercises. Over time you'll get to the point to where focusing on weak areas could become a priority.. The problem is that 80% just aren't there yet. An example would be worrying about your quad sweep while squatting a stellar 250 lbs. If people put a good few years into full-on squatting and deadlifting, they'd be thick as fuck.
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