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    I have a few questions about what exercises you Doggcrapp guys do? I know pick your favorite 3 but what 3 are your favs? Especially shoulders-don't you have a hard time hitting all three heads ? and do you do any extra work for traps?


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    rugbythug, On this blast period, these are my favorites:

    Chest-Decline Bench, Hammer Incline, Incline Smythe

    Triceps-Close Grip Smythe, Reverse Press Smythe, One Are Cable Pulldowns

    Shoulders-Hammer Shoulder Press, Militarys Smythe, Behing the Neck Smythe

    Back Width-Lat Pulldowns,Rack Chins front and back

    Back Thickness-Rack Deads, T-Bar Rows, Bent Rows

    Biceps-Standing Preacher Curls, Seated Dumbell Curls, Standing Barbell Curls

    Forearms-Pinwheel Curls, Reverse Cable Curls, Hammer Curls

    Calf-Leg Press Raises, Body Flex Slant Raises, Standing Raises

    Hams-Lying Leg Curls, Standing Leg Curls, Seated Leg Curls

    Quads-Squats, Hacks, Seated Leg Press

    I did add a few new exercises to this blast period from the last one...
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    • #3
      Thanks for the info bro. I am putting together my list. Is Dumbell chest not that easy to do with this? I have a hard time rest pausing with d-bells.


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      • #4
        Rear delts and traps get worked during heavy back exercises. Anterior delts get plenty of work on chest exercises.
        I don't pick favorite exercises. If I did I certainly wouldn't be squatting. I try to stick to compound movements and exercises that I feel tax the muscle to it's fullest. Most of the time these are exercises that I hate doing..
        Train like a freak, every time.

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        • #5
          rugbythug, Dumbells can be very difficult to do rest/pauses with, if you have good spotter, then they will work.

          Kane, I don't think any of these exercises are my favorites, they just pack the muscle on me, when I did chose my favorites, DC put me on his favorites, so now they are my favorites I guess...
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          • #6
            http://www.exrx.net/

            Thats the site I use to answer my excercise questions
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            • #7
              Usually when rest pausing dumbells you start losing reps on every rest pause during the set just trying to get the dumbells in place---the remedy for it is to keep your rep range at 20 reps RP and that will take care of the problem somewhat.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Doggcrapp
                Usually when rest pausing dumbells you start losing reps on every rest pause during the set just trying to get the dumbells in place---the remedy for it is to keep your rep range at 20 reps RP and that will take care of the problem somewhat.
                golden words

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sentinel
                  golden words
                  so u brought back a post made so many years ago why???
                  The promotion of the training methods used by drug-assisted and genetically giften men wreaks havoc, despite these men being presented as demigods in the bodybuilding world. Sure they have inspired millions, but at the same time they have misled millions; and their "intruction" has robbed millions of people of the best training years of their lives.
                  -Stuart McRobert

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by NewLifter4DC
                    so u brought back a post made so many years ago why???
                    i was actually doing a seach for something like this.....because i use DBs for incline bench.....this seemed to answer my question without me having to post it

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by NewLifter4DC
                      so u brought back a post made so many years ago why???
                      Does he really need to explain himself to you???

                      There is some useful info here for those doing DC:
                      1. Exercise selection by IH; and
                      2. Dante's advise regarding the rep range for DB's.

                      Nice bump Sentinel
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BigDownUnder
                        Does he really need to explain himself to you???

                        There is some useful info here for those doing DC:
                        1. Exercise selection by IH; and
                        2. Dante's advise regarding the rep range for DB's.

                        Nice bump Sentinel
                        thanks bro

                        u got a pm from me btw.....

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                        • #13
                          Hey Sentinel. I noticed that you and NewLifter have the same location. Maybe you guys know each other???

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by IslandGirl
                            Hey Sentinel. I noticed that you and NewLifter have the same location. Maybe you guys know each other???
                            yeah...he's my wall-mate lol....we train sometimes together too

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                            • #15
                              Nice bump! Thanks.
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