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i feel chest much better when doing narrower grip dips

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    i feel chest much better when doing narrower grip dips


    i tried doing wide grip dips with leaning forward and my power really decreased. i also didnt feel chest too much.

    i switched to a little narrower grip (but still a bit wider than shoulder width) and my power really increased and also i felt much more stretch and chest work.

    is this normal?

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    It's good when you can establish more feel in your target muscles. As long as you don't feel any stress on your joints, then you're good to go.

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    Everyone is hooked up a little differently. Do what works for you. If you feel it where you want to feel it, and it doesn't hurt, why would you change it, who cares what's normal?
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