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Old 05-12-2010, 05:25 PM   #7
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i believe it to be true fo sho. i can tell by where it hurts in the DOMS from different exercises that it does. if i don't do incline my upper chest is not sore but if i do especially with dumbbells i will feel it in two days guaranteed. i also believe the more you emphasize the squeeze on the muscle at the top of the movement of DB presses the more you will develope that ripped look in the inner portion of the chest........there's my thoughts.
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