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Old 09-17-2011, 08:01 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Carl1174 View Post
For me Dips are superior

Carl.
I love dips too, but my shoulder joints do not. My new dip exercise is the weighted elevated pushup, using a laptop nylon strap with metal ends for the belt to support the iron weight. My tris are a weird pair. They can take a beating, and they are very hard to get warmed up, but they have greatly improved the last 6 months or so with addition of this progressive exercise. I place the hands where the focus is more on the tri than the chest.

Never actually tried the decline press. I have tried the incline for a considerable amount of time, but have learned that all I really need is progressive flat bench program, and it has done me well for my personal goals I have set over time.
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