Chest genetics

  1. Chest genetics


    Is this kind of chest development genetic or excessive flys?
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  2. genetic... he has long muscle tendons and a shorter muscle belly which make it look spaced out like that when he is lean.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Movin_weight View Post
    genetic... he has long muscle tendons and a shorter muscle belly which make it look spaced out like that when he is lean.
    this.. def genetics
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  4. All about genetic insertions and attachments. His are unusual for sure.
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  5. You have some space there naturally (genetics). It's not a problem though. If you build your pecs up on all sides it will look fine. If you are only hitting your pecs one way you are missing out. You can build up a 'shelf' on the inside, underneath and at the very top by your collarbone. Add flies and cable work to your chest routine and you'll see what I mean.
  

  
 

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