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  1. Eric, I have alot of trouble developing my lower outer chest. I have looked online and done everything I can find. Do you have any advice on this that could help me out? My father was also a avid bodybuilder back in the day and he had this problem as well.

    I am 24, 12-13% bf, 176lbs at the moment. Been training for 3years. I started out weighing 145 and around 15% bf


    This spring I will be try to cut down as much bf as possible so I feel that will help some. This is the first trimming down I've ever really done.


  2. I have a question for you my man. When I do incline (doesn't matter if it's bb or db) it hurts in my front dellts. Would it be bad form? I've watched myself in the mirror and everything looks good but it happens every time. I do incline after flat bench so I would assume they should be warmed up.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by dkgreene88
    Eric, I have alot of trouble developing my lower outer chest. I have looked online and done everything I can find. Do you have any advice on this that could help me out? My father was also a avid bodybuilder back in the day and he had this problem as well.

    I am 24, 12-13% bf, 176lbs at the moment. Been training for 3years. I started out weighing 145 and around 15% bf

    This spring I will be try to cut down as much bf as possible so I feel that will help some. This is the first trimming down I've ever really done.
    Wide dips with elbows out, partial reps of those will stretch the lower and outer pec real nice

  4. Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post

    Wide dips with elbows out, partial reps of those will stretch the lower and outer pec real nice
    Yea I've been doing alot of dips lately
    Thanks

  5. Quote Originally Posted by dkgreene88

    Yea I've been doing alot of dips lately
    Thanks
    Smith presses to the neck, gironda style r really good too
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I believe you! I've come a long way since starting 5 years ago, when I first started I weighed like 115-120.

    Thanks for all the help, hopefully I can make some good progress in 2013.
    I started at 5'11" and 120 lbs. Eventually hit 273 at same height. This was done drug free. Its all about doing work!
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  7. Guys...I am so glad you guys are jumping into this thread!!! I will get to the new questions shortly and I will continue to share what goes up on our FB wall as well. And of course, if you are on FB feel free to like our page, like my athletes page and/or friend me on my second personal FB account. I am always putting up inspirational and educational posts. And also, EVERY Fri we do a giveaway on the FB page.

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  8. I was wondering about the inside of the chest (the area from the bottom of your neck to where the sternum is) or the bottom shelf of the chest..

    What works those two areas as they seem to be really tough to hit and i feel like i need work on those areas

  9. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw
    I was wondering about the inside of the chest (the area from the bottom of your neck to where the sternum is) or the bottom shelf of the chest..

    What works those two areas as they seem to be really tough to hit and i feel like i need work on those areas
    High incline presses and flies as well as high to low cross overs.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by EBroser
    Guys...I am so glad you guys are jumping into this thread!!! I will get to the new questions shortly and I will continue to share what goes up on our FB wall as well. And of course, if you are on FB feel free to like our page, like my athletes page and/or friend me on my second personal FB account. I am always putting up inspirational and educational posts. And also, EVERY Fri we do a giveaway on the FB page.

    God Bless guys!!
    Happy new year!

  11. Happy New Year guys!! Great questions by the way! Learning a ton here
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by dkgreene88 View Post
    Eric, I have alot of trouble developing my lower outer chest. I have looked online and done everything I can find. Do you have any advice on this that could help me out? My father was also a avid bodybuilder back in the day and he had this problem as well.

    I am 24, 12-13% bf, 176lbs at the moment. Been training for 3years. I started out weighing 145 and around 15% bf


    This spring I will be try to cut down as much bf as possible so I feel that will help some. This is the first trimming down I've ever really done.
    The leaner you get, the better you will see that nice lower/outer pec line - that is for sure.

    The number one exercise for this area is dips. This will nail that spot. Next would be decline flyes. These two make for a nice superset that will just "light up" the lower/outer pecs!
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post
    I have a question for you my man. When I do incline (doesn't matter if it's bb or db) it hurts in my front dellts. Would it be bad form? I've watched myself in the mirror and everything looks good but it happens every time. I do incline after flat bench so I would assume they should be warmed up.
    I would have to see your form to know if something was off. Are you properly positioning your torso on these?

    *slight arch in low back
    *shoulders shrugged down and back
    *ribcage held high
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw View Post
    I was wondering about the inside of the chest (the area from the bottom of your neck to where the sternum is) or the bottom shelf of the chest..

    What works those two areas as they seem to be really tough to hit and i feel like i need work on those areas
    We must remember that it is impossible to TRULY isolate any one part of a complex muscle since it will contact as a WHOLE no matter what. However, it is my belief that we can "target" specific areas of a muscle somewhat through proper angles, grips, and planes of motion. Top affect motor units in the area of the chest you are asking about your best bets would be:

    -low cable crossovers
    -seated flye machine with elbows held in line with shoulders/upper pecs
    -narrow grip incline presses
    -narrow grip smith press to neck

    I find that in these cases that supersets are the most effective technique - both pre-exhaust and post-activation.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by EBroser View Post
    We must remember that it is impossible to TRULY isolate any one part of a complex muscle since it will contact as a WHOLE no matter what. However, it is my belief that we can "target" specific areas of a muscle somewhat through proper angles, grips, and planes of motion. Top affect motor units in the area of the chest you are asking about your best bets would be:

    -low cable crossovers
    -seated flye machine with elbows held in line with shoulders/upper pecs
    -narrow grip incline presses
    -narrow grip smith press to neck

    I find that in these cases that supersets are the most effective technique - both pre-exhaust and post-activation.
    thank you coach ill give these a try out!!

  17. Quote Originally Posted by bmftisftw View Post
    thank you coach ill give these a try out!!
    My pleasure bro!
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by EBroser View Post

    The leaner you get, the better you will see that nice lower/outer pec line - that is for sure.

    The number one exercise for this area is dips. This will nail that spot. Next would be decline flyes. These two make for a nice superset that will just "light up" the lower/outer pecs!
    Thanks man

  19. My pleasure to help gentlemen!
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    "The measure of TRUE strength is one's reaction to obstacles and adversity. Those who crumble will always have trouble succeeding, but those who push forward are on a path to greatness. TRUE strength is a choice we all have, with greatness as our reward." -Coach Eric Broser
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    A. Yeah, I know exactly what you mean my friend! No matter how much I have improved my own shoulders over the years I am still fighting at every workout to make my delts look like the “melons” on guys like Dennis Wolf, Kevin Levrone and Phil Heath! I am glad you asked this question, however, because it brings to light the saying: “If you keep doing the same exact things over and over expecting a different result you must be crazy!” Luckily, this is something I figured out pretty early on in my career, but I am continually amazed by how many trainees are willing to keep pounding away on the same exercises week after week, month after month, with little to no results to speak of (or look at). Of course the standard DB, cable and machine side laterals that you have been doing work extremely well at building the side head of the delts for many, but you have recognized that in your case they are not getting the job done (kudos to you). With that said, before I give you a few new movements to sink your teeth into, I must point out that there may be other areas in your overall program that could also be responsible for holding back your gains. First, make sure your nutrition and supplementation are on point and that you are getting adequate rest. Also, check your form. Are you performing laterals correctly and in a way that truly targets the lateral deltoid? I have witnessed some extremely poor execution in my time; with so much swinging involved (to try and move heavier weight of course) that it is the lower back that takes a beating and not the shoulders! In addition, you can also try training shoulders on their own day, switching up rep schemes, lifting tempos, intensity techniques and more.

    Ok, now that my little speech is done, here are a few novel ways you can attack your lateral delts:

    1. Very Wide Grip BB Upright Rows: When most people perform upright rows they so with a narrow grip and bring their hands up to about mouth level, which rather effectively stimulates the mid-traps and front delts. However, if the grip is made very wide, meaning a little wider than the shoulders, and the bar is brought no higher than the level of the upper chest, this will strongly target the lateral delt heads.

    2. Leaning Single Arm DB or Cable Side Laterals: This is not so much a unique exercise as a different method of executing it that will change the resistance curve and thus stimulate somewhat different motor unit pools. The idea here is to grab a single DB or low cable with one hand, and with the other to grasp some type of sturdy support. Position your feet close to the support so that when you allow your non-working arm to straighten, you will be “leaning away” at a significant angle. Performing a side lateral from this position will increase the resistance at the top of the strength curve and force a deeper contraction than basic laterals.

    3. Incline DB Side Laterals: This is another unique form of side lateral that in a way is the opposite of the one right above. Again, you will be altering the resistance curve of the exercise, however, now there will be greater force needed to get the DB moving at the beginning of the movement. The result – a different stress for your CNS and the ability to exhaust even more motor unit pools. To perform this exercise set an incline bench at about 45 degrees. Grab a light DB (yes, I said light, as in 15-20 lbs) and lay down sideways on the bench. Keep the working arm almost completely straight and never let the DB come in contact with your body – think constant tension! Raise the weight slowly until your arm is at a 90 degree angle to your torso, and then fight the DB hard on the way down. Stop when you are about two inches from contacting the side of your thigh/hip.

    Note: An awesome superset that will totally trash your side delts is exercise #3 to failure, followed immediately by exercise #2 to failure (about 10 reps on each).
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