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Old 01-10-2013, 10:15 AM   #301
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Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
Thanks Jim, rep 3 seems to be my breaking point and I get loose.
The floor up angle makes it look like a half rep as your buddy so kindly pointed out on the other sight . I came down to my chest every rep though.

I'm gonna work on some singles or doubles for a while , build my singles up to 10 singles and add weight. I use my incline, dips and flys for hypertrophy. First move for strength.
Ya, I actually saw that because that is where ZI went to watch the vid, as you did not embed it correctly here (here, you have to copy and past the URL into the post - not do [youtube]mrmrmrmrm[/youtube]

I had to chuckle - as if you wouldn't be touching your chest. For him to think you wouldn't be is just ludicrous. He is the last person on Earth I would ever take form advice from anyway - zero credibility.
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