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Old 09-10-2012, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default Where does the modern bodybuilding philosophy come from?

Can someone please tell how the modern bodybuilding philosophy originated?

These are some comments that came from trainers and members at my gym

Bodybuilding is all about isolating individual muscle groups
Strength training and bodybuilding are completely separate
Deadlifts will not help build big traps
Machines and cables are just as effective as free weights
Dips will only work the triceps if you have a narrow gip and lean forward
When using correct form on the bench press should work nothing but the chest
Never use full body workout because you will not have enough energy to work out hard

Where does all this nonsense come from? Whenever I say to someone that our muscles are designed to work as unit they just say thatís not what bodybuilding is about .Itís as if people donít care about how the body is designed to work and are just interested in a set of bodybuilding rules.
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