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Old 01-29-2011, 05:04 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Trevor Ross View Post
I'm glad you're a well read lifter, but the body mechanics lesson was a little over the top for the point I'm trying to get across. Bottom line, you can take one compound exercise and make it do different things for your body, and safely too.
Oh, I'm not debating that. Doing the Bench Press in a different way will obviously stress different muscles. A CGBP, for example.

I was simply interested in the mechanics of the lift; and why some people choose DB's over BB's.
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