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Old 02-12-2013, 12:51 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by jaymax View Post
Not too steep maybe 20 degrees I'd say. I can reach back and grab it off the floor that way too. I don't reach back as far as the vid and touch the bar to the bench behind my head at the bottom. The decline keeps emphasis on the tri's secondary function the whole time this way. Also the tricep bar keeps my elbows from flaring too much.
Thanks.

I am going to try a 4" block and see how they feel.
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