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    Best chest movements per body type

    This actually made a lot of sense in my exp. And never really looked at it this way before. I just recently started watching this guy and think im gonna like him.


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    Great information.. I definitely fall into the long limb category, gonna start following this dude too. Makes perfect sense. Gonna make some adjustments to my routine now. Thanks!

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    Ya know it’s interesting to watch that video, I actually do the various methods amd style of training he speaks of but I have learned with trial and error so I instinctively evolved.

    I’ve always called my style of training “instinctive training” I’m glad to see someone else thinks like I do LOL

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    I recall various studies using EMT imaging, and various dyes used (kinda like a CT scan) etc.

    Decline bench activated the pectoral muscles more then any other movement. (A correct decline) brought to the upper chest, not bouncing off the top ab to max out and pretend you have a bigger bench then you do LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsGo4420 View Post
    Great information.. I definitely fall into the long limb category, gonna start following this dude too. Makes perfect sense. Gonna make some adjustments to my routine now. Thanks!
    Yea me too. Especially incline and dips w/ lean fucks my chest up

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyInman View Post
    I recall various studies using EMT imaging, and various dyes used (kinda like a CT scan) etc.

    Decline bench activated the pectoral muscles more then any other movement. (A correct decline) brought to the upper chest, not bouncing off the top ab to max out and pretend you have a bigger bench then you do LOL
    I've seen that as well. That's all Dorian did if i recall

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
    Ya know it’s interesting to watch that video, I actually do the various methods amd style of training he speaks of but I have learned with trial and error so I instinctively evolved.

    I’ve always called my style of training “instinctive training” I’m glad to see someone else thinks like I do LOL

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