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2004/02/26 13:28:16 (permalink)
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Upper chest problem

Need to develop my upper pecs,but only have flat bench(lost the pin for inclining it)Any ideas?
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    rogerthedog
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 13:32:05 (permalink)
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    Buy a new pin?
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 13:37:35 (permalink)
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    where from?its only a ****ty york bench!
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 13:39:03 (permalink)
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    How about a bolt from B&Q?
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 13:45:50 (permalink)
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    Will they be long enough(about a foot and a half)?
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 14:00:21 (permalink)
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    The size of the upper part of your chest won't necessarily grow any more quickly by benching inclined. I would of thought this'll hit your delts moreso, and may offer some new stimuli for eg if you've been flat benching for a while.

    The shape of your chest is determined by genetics and the upper part of it will get bigger or shrink in line with the size of the rest of your chest mass.

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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/26 19:00:06 (permalink)
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    Best choice - join a decent gym! Failing that, I beleive they sell threaded metal rods in B&Q superstores, over that length. Check the diameter you need (or open the holes slightly with a drill) and get down there bro!
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    RE: Upper chest problem 2004/02/27 14:48:45 (permalink)
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    we need to put an ad sign at the bottom of this page so everyone knows where selling for b&q lol
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