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2006/07/19 00:31:44 (permalink)
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I want to pull my pecs inward tighter. This might be down to genetics but my pecs seem not to stand up very much on the inside.
Any suggestions? I flex my pecs in a mirror and watch how the move and the inside doesnt move as much as the outside if that helps.

I just started adding flies maybe that will help
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    CoVetous
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    RE: pecs 2006/07/19 09:29:58 (permalink)
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    When i train my chest, i never feel anything in my lower pecs. I do however get strong doms in the clavicular portion. I know doms isnt a good way to measure success of my training, but i would like to feel something in the sternal portion. Maybe i should try decline flies?
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    RE: pecs 2006/07/19 09:44:35 (permalink)
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    Not as experienced as you mate ... and I know people may disagree on targetting chest

    But I find that flies seem to hit the middle
    Chest dips seem to hit the bottom
    Incline bench seems to hit the top

    So would prioritising chest dips and flies (perhaps decline flies) help ???

    Raw dead Lift 320kg
    Raw bench 171kg
    Shirted bench 200kg
    Amateur cage fighter @ 95 - 105kg
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