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Old 12-16-2010, 11:50 AM   #9
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Just wanted to chime in here:

Today I did a little experimenting with dips Gironda style as described in the above posts, and I did not really like them. They felt very unnatural to me, there was a bit more focus on the lower pec but it did not feel right on my shoulders. Just felt awkward to me, but they definitely work your upper body differently.

I think I will stick with my close grip dips with elbows straight back.
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