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  • Critique wanted.

    Originally in this thread:
    http://intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=44505

    Thanks guys.

    A1
    Incline machine hammer press (15-25rp)
    Military press (11-20rp)
    Reverse grip bench press (11-20rp)
    Rack chins (15-20rp)
    Rack deadlift (5-8reps) + (9-15reps)

    B1
    1 hand db curl (11-20rp)
    Pinwheel curl (11-20ss)
    Leg press calf raise (11-20ss)
    Glute ham raises (11-20rp)
    Hack squat (6-12ss) + widowmaker

    A2
    Incline db press (15-30rp)
    Machine shoulder press (15-30rp)
    Dips machine (15-25rp)
    Hammer grip chin up (11-20rp)
    Pendlay rows overhand-grip (5-8reps) + (9-15reps)

    B2
    Incline db twist curl (11-20rp)
    Ez bar drag curl (11-20rp)
    Standing calf raise (11-20ss)
    SLDL (10-15ss)
    Leg press (6-10reps) + widowmaker

    A3
    Flat machine press (15-25rp)
    Seated db press (11-20rp)
    CGBP (11-15rp)
    Pull-down to front (15-30rp)
    T-bar rows (5-8reps) + (9-15reps)

    B3
    Machine preacher curl (11-20rp)
    Overhand close grip pull-ups (11-20ss)
    Seated calf raise (11-20ss)
    Sumo leg press (6-10ss + 12-20ss)
    BB lunges (12-20ss)
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  • #2
    For B3, I'd do squats or front squats in approximately the same rep ranges as your other quad exercises and then maybe do BB lunges for your widowmaker on that day...

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    • #3
      Do a decline chest movement. Your rep ranges are high unless you are older in age. Looks good.
      :kewlpics:You are correct, Dante did in fact take my avatar pic. lol

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      • #4
        Originally posted by hyperintensity View Post
        Do a decline chest movement. Your rep ranges are high unless you are older in age. Looks good.
        I think inclines should be the bread and butter of people's chest exercises (just the way you have it) and declines are really not needed.
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        • #5
          Eggwhites, I did that type of training for 5 years thinking the same thing. My chest looks a lot better now that I have started doing declines. I will never tell someone to skip them now.
          :kewlpics:You are correct, Dante did in fact take my avatar pic. lol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by hyperintensity View Post
            Eggwhites, I did that type of training for 5 years thinking the same thing. My chest looks a lot better now that I have started doing declines. I will never tell someone to skip them now.
            Can't argue with that, thanks for the tip.
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            • #7
              The OH CG chins as a forearm exercise may not be a great choice. I'd opt more for something like a fat grip reverse cable curl. Just my opinion though.
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              • #8
                all for the declines to. There's a reason on dorian yates chest video he says to start with decline and h thinks its the best. Obv not everyone thinks the same but it makes sense if you watch it how he explains it. I mean most of our mass is the lower part of chest

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