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Old 08-21-2012, 04:16 PM   #21
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The reason Dave's chest looks like that is because he has had numerous pec tears on both sides I believe.
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Arnolds weak point training for the chest...

Upper Pectorals
-Incline Presses with a barbell or dumbbells or smith machine
-Incline Flys

Lower Pectorals
-Decline Presses with a barbell or dumbbells or smith machines
-Dips
-Decline Flys
-Cable Flys

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-Cable Crossovers
-Presses or Flys holding the contraction at the top for several seconds
-Bench Presses done with narrow grip

Outer Chest
-Dumbbell Flys concentrating on full stretch and lower range of motion
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-Incline Presses and Bench Presses done with a wide grip and lower three-quarter movement
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-Dumbbell Bench Presses stretching at bottom, coming up only three-quarters of the way and not letting dumbbells touch
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I've had the same experience with the size of my chest increasing when DB presses were introduced as a supplement to my chest days. Definitely wouldn't hesitate doing some incline DB work either. Burns the chest real nice.
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