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    If you could only do one lift per muscle group, what would they be?

    For me...

    back- T bar rows
    Chest- Incline DB
    Delts- Thumbs down laterals
    Tri's- Close grip decline bench
    Bi's- Barbell curls
    Quads- Leg press
    Hams- Seated leg curls

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    Back - Pullups
    Chest - Incline DB
    Delts - Shoulder Press
    Tri's - Close grip bench
    Bi's - DB Curls
    Quads - Squats
    Hams - Straight leg deadlifts
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    back - deadlifts
    chest - incline press
    delts - military press
    tri's- skulls
    bi's - straight bar curls
    quads - squats
    hams - SLDL
    calves - ... still haven't found anything that works haha
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    back- T bar rows
    Chest- Flat DB Bench
    Delts- DB Shoulder Press
    Tri's- Skullcrushers (ez bar)
    Bi's- DB curls
    Quads- Hack Squats
    Hams- Deads
    Calves- I don't have calves
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    Quote Originally Posted by spatch
    If you could only do one lift per muscle group, what would they be?

    For me...

    back- T bar rows
    Chest- Incline DB
    Delts- Thumbs down laterals
    Tri's- Close grip decline bench
    Bi's- Barbell curls
    Quads- Leg press
    Hams- Seated leg curls
    I agree with 90%.

    Shoulders gotta go with BB press.
    Back I think we should be able to pick 2, one for width and the other for thickness.
    Lat pull down/pull ups for width
    BB rows for thickness.

    Quads I say squats but I know you have some knee trouble so I understand.


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    Well, I think most people pretty much nailed this question...although I might suggest reverse grip for triceps. But reverse or close, your set.
    oh...and its not pullups for back. Its weighted pullups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CROWLER
    Back I think we should be able to pick 2, one for width and the other for thickness.

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    In that case, T-bar's and wide grip pull ups.
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    Back - Deadlifts
    Shoulders - Clean and Press
    Legs - Squats
    Chest - Incline Dumbell Press
    Biceps - Weighted Chins, various grips
    Triceps - Weighted Dips
    Calves - Standing Calf Press
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