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Old 06-16-2005, 06:05 PM
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good info 0311... flat bench is way over rated IMO. thre are far better excercises to build a good chest.
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good info 0311... flat bench is way over rated IMO. thre are far better excercises to build a good chest.
Such as? (and please don't mention inclines...I don't like 'em)

I prefer DB flat presses to barbell. Do you think that's okay? What otheres do you recommend?
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(and please don't mention inclines...I don't like 'em)
The excercises that u hate are the best ones. What can we do??
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Such as? (and please don't mention inclines...I don't like 'em)

I prefer DB flat presses to barbell. Do you think that's okay? What otheres do you recommend?
You admitted that you were tiny and that's partly due to you not wanting to do the best exercises because you just don't like them. The chest gets worked the best with both some type of incline and weighted dips. I already flew past 50" for my chest, mostly because I dropped flat bench altogether. I stick with different degrees of inclines, and weighted dips. People need to understand that if they're serious about getting big, they need to keep an open mind, and that they don't know everything there is to know. You claiming it's a falsity that I said inclines are the best definately shows that you don't know as much as you think you do. We can't all be wrong about it...Can we? :cool:
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Brad maybe you could try using inclines for a bit and see if your chest grows and if it does and your pleased maybe you'll stick with it.
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yea i always try to hit the same muscle with different exercises and at different angles
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No way in hell.
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Well almost everyone believed the earth was the center of the universe but they were wrong but im with you guys on the incline.
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Well almost everyone believed the earth was the center of the universe but they were wrong
How long ago was that?? Poor Galileo, he got jail time for saying earth is round not flat and that earth revolves around the sun.
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