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    Best Chest/Tricep Routine??????

    Anybody have a great Chest and Tricep workout. to obviously gain strength and size
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    Originally Posted by mennigm01 View Post
    Anybody have a great Chest and Tricep workout. to obviously gain strength and size
    That is such a meaningless question without the details (if you aren't doing pre-written beginners programs, I'll assume you've been doing this long enough to know what the details are).

    It's like going into the doctors office and saying 'I don't feel good. What's wrong with me'. Well, how about a little more information so we can figure it out?
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    3 heavy presses 1 flye movement. 1 heavy compound chest/tri move like close grip bench or weighted dips then 2 concentrated exercises.
    Thats my standard system on a chest/ tri workout.
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    How about browsing the programs forum and finding a program that suits ur needs? Ur question has a single answer that is bench press incline press dip flies
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    Bench press::190*3-5
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    My workout right now has too many exercises per body part and i want to lift heavier less exercises and less reps to get bigger and stronger. Right now im doing 5-6 exercises per body part and think its too much from what i read. Just wondering a good routine for chest and tri day. Like maybe go bench press 5x5 for 80-85% 1rm. Inline press, dumbbell fly, incline dumbbell fly. Or should i do something different? Looking advice on reps for each exercise.Also looking for a good back/bi workout and a shoulder/legs workout
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    Try this:

    Flat Bench Press 3 x 4-6
    Incline Bench Press 2 x 4-6
    Weighted Dips 2 x 4-6
    Lying Triceps Extensions 3 x 4-6
    Pushdowns 2 x 4-6

    Use heavy weight. Do a few warm-up sets before the first exercise.

    Every set to concentric failure, full range of motion, a bit of loose form is acceptable.
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    flat bench 4x6
    incline bench 3x8
    incline db 3x10
    overhead tricep exr 3x10
    pressdown 3x10-15 dropset if you wanna burn out
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    Thanx ill def try this out.
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