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Old 08-21-2012, 09:43 AM   #9
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Thanks for the feedback, everyone. My one buddy showed an older pic at ~180 pounds and proportionally, he looked the same even when a lot leaner/slimmer: Wide lats (should be see during a front-relaxed pose), good shoulders/arms, relatively flat chest.

BTB -- you are likely in that same body-group, from a height and size perspective. Interesting.

Facz -- I do agree that reducing BF would show true(r) shape.

Rich/5kg -- I like the idea of using a different rep tempo with DBs. I just wonder about tricep strength again, but I suppose the rep tempo takes care of that and forces the chest to work more.

I feel mostly at a loss on this topic as my chest development came first (to my detriment as it caused shoulder issues) and I've been playing catch-up with my back ever since.
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