Theres these two older guys both 30+. Both have no delts, freakishly ugly big tri's, huge bi's, no chest, no legs, no traps. And all they do in the gym is curl 25lb dumbbell's and 35lb barbells really slow.
they be Juicin brahs?
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same brahs. there's some indian phaggot. his arms reach down to his chicken legs. phaggot looks like curious george with those fukking monkey armsSniff hard as fuk when girls pass by to smell their vagina crew
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WTF did I say that is broscience?
You don't need a 315 pound bench to have a big chest, you don't need to be curling 60s to have huge biceps.
You need enough microtrauma at the end of the workout.
You're a fool, you know very little and you're giving your input.
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"Since you're going to do them anyway, we might as well discuss the right way to do curls. Curls are performed to train the biceps, a muscle that commands an inordinate amount of attention from far too many people." - Mark Rippetoe
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don't really need to go heavy for bicep , strict form and focusing on the actual bicep is what makes them grow, dunno why guys are doing bicep swings and using there back to lift heavy curls.I just want to share the knowledge I have obtained throughout my life and hopefully change someone's life.
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His working set is like 345 pounds on a hammer strenght or on a smith machine.
I have people at my gym that do this weight.
The point is, he knows how to utilize his chest.
I'm not saying heavy weight = bad, I'm saying you don't need to bench 600 pounds to have Jay Cutler's chest or I should say, an impressive chest.
Go to any ghetto gym in the USA, you will see dudes benching 285 for reps, easily.
Their chests look like 16 year olds' chests.
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slow eccentric control causes more microtrauma to the muscle which aides in muscle growth
muscle growth also occurs from the nautral occlusion that occurs from the concentric phase (to sum it up) via hormones, stuff like that.
so controlled eccentric + forceful heavy resistance= best conditions for muscle growth
inb4 i get into an argument with some idiot.
and ya those guys prolly on synthol or juicing with something else.
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06-18-2010, 05:43 PM #29
i exctally knwo what you mean there is 2 guys in my gym also about 30+ i think one is like 40ish all i see them doing is high reps etc for arms like bench dips for triceps hamemr curls and barbell curls for biceps but real ligth weight and high reps ****in best arms i ever seen, srs.
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