Article: Build Chest And Abs At The Same Time

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    Reminds me why I liked doing DB presses on an Ab/swiss ball (until it popped 2 years ago), constant tension/forces the chest up...I need to go pick up another one...
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    That looks perfect for me, ill try that soon and report back. Thanks for sharing
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    Saw this on the GymJones site a few years back. Except it was with one kettlebell and your back wasn't supported as much.
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    I think he was showing it has to be at least that much off, but can be further if your core can cope. i'm definitely trying these next week
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    Danger Will Robinson! Sorry to be a pessimist but this is not a good idea IMHO. A poor core strength in many lifters is going to cause this whole stabilization process to fail and the upper middle back to neck is going to be at very good risk of serious injury, if not just muscular, thoracic and cervical vertebrae. Not to mention the form failures, for the sake of heavier weight, that are going to cause hip flexor injuries as well. Proceed at your own risk. JMHO
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    Similar to one of those old school dinosaur workouts from India I did one time.I can see why it would work though.Even though the Indian press was with a barbell you had to basically do like one of those bridges on the floor and do the press from there.I had been doing the regular bridges for a long time so I was strong enough to do it.It was a pretty good press for the chest. Dumbells would have probably worked better.I think the author of the book was Chit Tun or someone like that.Got a lot of flack from friends about the dangers but I grew up in the ghetto. It was dangerous waking up in the morning, lolz.
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    That looks unnecessarily complicated to me.
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