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      Who still do these? I've always kept them in my routine. If Arnold swore by them, you can't go wrong ya know??
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      Default Re: Dumbbell pull overs

      Pretty popular exercise at my gym. I want to use the movement to work chest but I end up feeling it in my lats. Not a bad thing but I have target muscles I want to isolate with certain movements.

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      I like them..if i do them for back i feel them in my chest, and if i try to do them for chest i feel them in my back..lol..
      Also the static hold fries your tricepts sometimes..


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      I feel them in my last if I go too heavy or go farther than eye level. If I keep the weight relatively light and go no farther than eye level I feel it a lot more in my chest
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      Love um! Heavy. Great for expanding your ribs

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      I do not do them often. I just run out of time but will do a couple light sets. Helps my poor flexibility too.
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      Default Re: Dumbbell pull overs

      Has anyone else ever let one of these slip out their hands and almost scalp them? Asking for a friend?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Muscle1031 View Post
      Has anyone else ever let one of these slip out their hands and almost scalp them? Asking for a friend?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ric View Post
      Love um! Heavy. Great for expanding your ribs
      Yessir, that's exactly what I use them for. Expanding the rib cage. Awesome exercise.
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      great movement that i have kept in since i started. i use them for both back and chest
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      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      great movement that i have kept in since i started. i use them for both back and chest
      Really need to add it back in, I have done a light weight decline version of it at the end of check workouts once in awhile.

      Like a few have said, on the old school style my lats end up pumping way fast then my chest.


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      Quote Originally Posted by 6p6 View Post
      Really need to add it back in, I have done a light weight decline version of it at the end of check workouts once in awhile.

      Like a few have said, on the old school style my lats end up pumping way fast then my chest.


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      all about how far you are going back and how far you are coming up. for lats you want to go all the way back into the stretch as far as possible and only come back up to the top of the forehead at most and contract the lats hard. these are done best by laying the normal way you do on a bench for pressing but hanging your head off the end a bit. for chest you dont want to go back as far into the stretch to engage the lat. maybe online with the top of your head or a little short. then pull to the top of your ab wall and squeeze the pecs. these are done best by laying cross way on the bench and keeping your butt down as low as possible. if all else fails use a machine version haha
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