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Old 04-12-2010, 02:06 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by CoopDawg View Post
The best exercises for abs are not the ab exercises necessarily. The bench press and deadlift caught my abs on fire. The seem to work best. When i start my bulk again i may lose the abs but i dont care i want more weight. I would rather be big and bulky and not worry about abs. Get big,get strong, the abs will come.

any other questions just ask.

This really makes me want to see how you bench press

And while the fact is that anyone can get a ripped six pack with hard work and diet. Genetics actually do play a pretty large roll in it, some people are just blessed with body that puts fat everyware except their abs.




keep up the good work coop
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