Back muscles develop and define faster...

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    Back muscles develop and define faster...


    My back muscles develop at a faster rate than my pectoral muscles. When I see my front half in the mirror I'm always disappointed and pray my abs (which have taken a few years off) come back. Is there a technique or any other method of results to bring my front torso up to par with my back? Can anyone one psyche me into better development?

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    Welcome to the board. Jealous about the back genetics. Abs is all about diet and bf%. No amount of situps will give you abs if you're at a higher bf% What's your diet like? More lean mass and more cardio along with a good diet should help lower bf% and make your abs poke through.

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