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Old 10-17-2011, 09:00 AM   #4
BendtheBar
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Originally Posted by Disciple X View Post
I'm the same btb...

Bodybuilders seem to work muscle groups whereas powerlifters work movements... when someone aska me what i'm working today i say bench instead of chest, tris, lats, and rear delts. Anything that doesnt particularly fit one of the big three- calves, bis, is accesory
Your statement is nail on head for me when I am advising a novice. One of my pet pieces of advice is: train movements not body parts. Even for pure bodybuilding I don't want a novice trying to turn a bench press into a chest isolation movement. But I won't derail the thread...
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