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2007/06/10 17:59:49 (permalink)

Perfect chest

Hey guys, been a while, how you all doing?

Well I haven't been to the gym in a good long while and I'm hoping to start it all up again over summer.

So it seems I'm on the verge of developing bitch tits - not immensely but my chest is definitely uneven. It seems it's more muscular towards the bottom than the top. I'm looking for a good chest routine which will fix this and will provide a perfectly even, strong chest from the top to the bottom of the pecs. I know I can attain it as my chest build was getting pretty good but as I stopped gymming it kinda went soggy shall we say. well, cheers!

All in all it was all just bricks in the wall...
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    GodofComets
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/10 18:19:41 (permalink)
    I need to put more emphasis on the upper and inner pecs. Really want that cut in the middle and for it to all look even.

    All in all it was all just bricks in the wall...
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/10 18:33:24 (permalink)
    I would recommend use dumbells with something like this done on the same day

    Bench Press
    Incline bench

    Military press (if you dont have a shoulder specific day)

    Chest dips (wide grip)

    From what i remember from the advice given to similar probs on this forum, use dumbells, dont worry too much about growing/focussing on certain areas of your chest, in the long run you`ll be fine.. in my experience.. hitting the chest from all angles doesnt do too much good

    What routine do you plan to follow/following?
    post edited by Miniscus - 2007/06/10 19:24:03

    - Back in the gym after 4 years, here we go..
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/10 23:32:22 (permalink)
    All sets: 8-10 reps x 3 or 4


    D1 Legs, abs and biceps

    Squats/lunges
    Leg curls
    Leg Extensions
    Calf work
    Leg press machine

    Ab work

    Preacher/Incline curls
    Hammer/Reverse Curls
    EZ curls

    D2 Chest and triceps

    Incline bench/dumbbells
    Incline dumbbell flies
    Bench/dumbbell press
    Dips

    French press
    Skullcrushers
    Tricep pulldowns

    D3 Back and shoulders

    Deadlift
    Bent over/dumbbell rows
    Pullups/pulldowns

    Military press
    Lateral raises
    Upright rows

    Something like that.

    All in all it was all just bricks in the wall...
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/11 00:12:31 (permalink)
    Any reason you doing Biceps specifically on leg day?, rather do it with your back.. as they getting worked on that day also, i`d also add shoulders to your leg day instead



    3 x 8

    Day1:

    Legs + Shoulders

    Squats
    45 Degree press
    Stiff legged Dead Lifts (SLDL)
    Standing Calf raises

    Military press (BB)
    DB press




    Tricep isolation is not really needed imo, and you have quite a bit of isolation

    I`d say do something like this

    Day 2:

    Chest + Tricep

    DB Bench Press
    DB Incline bench

    Chest dips

    Skull Crushers - if you feel you must



    Day 3:

    Back + Bicep

    Barbell Deadlift
    Bent Over BarBell Rows
    Wide Grip Pull Ups

    BarBell Curls
    Hammer Curls

    post edited by Miniscus - 2007/06/11 00:15:29

    - Back in the gym after 4 years, here we go..
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/11 19:01:46 (permalink)
    I,do similar to the above apart from back day.

    pull ups
    seated row
    lat pull down
    bent row

    then bi,s and i have a seperate day for deadlifting for all over mass.
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    RE: Perfect chest 2007/06/12 12:01:44 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: GodofComets

    Hey guys, been a while, how you all doing?

    Well I haven't been to the gym in a good long while and I'm hoping to start it all up again over summer.

    So it seems I'm on the verge of developing bitch tits - not immensely but my chest is definitely uneven. It seems it's more muscular towards the bottom than the top. I'm looking for a good chest routine which will fix this and will provide a perfectly even, strong chest from the top to the bottom of the pecs. I know I can attain it as my chest build was getting pretty good but as I stopped gymming it kinda went soggy shall we say. well, cheers!



    bitch tis / saggy tits, - it sounds like a bodyfat issue mate

    By all means start overhead pressing and incline benching etc, but I would say diet & cardio are just, if not more important to getting man-boobs sorted out




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