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    Chest Simplified!

    During earlier posts, despite popular belief, I was asked and did reply that I used various training methods, almost all applying intensity, but not necessarily volume!

    I was asked to post some and replied that I would as time went on....BUT, it was also suggested that I place a warning on all of my W/Os

    WARNING:

    There is a severve disease orginating in New Castle UK, it started amongst the Chicken Population, especially those POHM Chickens. It's what happens when you go past Wasted , you become WUSSTED . Now remember this only happens in Chickens, it has affectionately been named WUSSINGTON'S DISEASE!

    Symptoms are:

    Endless chirpping and flapping of the Chickens smaller appendages called wings......

    Frequent defication on other's posts, he also shits where he eats!

    Ruffled feathers everywhere, the brutality of a W/O tears the little Chicken up so much...he needs twice....err..no quadruple times the amount of rest that the big Sliver Back Gorilla needs.


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    So short on time and limited spotting?

    Try this:

    4 SETS (back to back, one exercise then the other equals one set) ALL WEIGHTS PYRAMIDED UP!

    Pre-exhaust with one arm BB bench presses 8 reps, near failure on sets 3 & 4, this is a self spotting exercise, so go heavy but be warmed up.

    30 second rest

    Incline bench press 8, 6, 6, then very heavy to failure on the last two sets, single drop on set 4.... 3-4 reps to failure, then 6-8 for a second failure!

    Then three minutes rest, then repeat!

    So for example 8 reps one arm BB press, 30 seconds rest, 8 reps incline BB, three minutes rest, that's ONE SET!


    Last set, (set 4) looks like failure near 8 reps on OABBBP, 30 seconds rest, failure between 3-4 reps IBBBP, then immediate drop, failure near 6-8!

    Finish

    4 sets super slow Swiss Ball flyes, extra wide, increase weights each set, 15, 12, 10, 8 reps...pyramiding weights, 2 minute rest!

    That's all

    DP

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    Sounds killer. will this lead to overtraining?

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    Yes.

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    Sorry, but I have to ask..... what are one arm BB bench presses??? I'm not familiar with that one

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    Originally posted by budo
    Sounds killer. will this lead to overtraining?
    Only in Chicken Babies

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    Originally posted by robbm
    Sorry, but I have to ask..... what are one arm BB bench presses??? I'm not familiar with that one
    Same here !!!!

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    What's a one-arm BB bench?

    Anyhoo, that actually isn't so bad.

    I'm still not sure why you call two, quite obviously different sets, "one" set, but alas...

    P.s. Newcastle is one word.
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    Originally posted by w8lifter


    Only in Chicken Babies

    LMAO!


    If anyone has an OT Problem w.this W/O, then I suggest you learn how to recover better!

    As my collegue John Parrillo once sad to me:

    (and take this in the ZEN sense, don't even start a fuckin' argument about it)


    "THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS OVERTRAINING, JUST UNDER RECOVERY"

    DP

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    DP,

    That was hilarious and oh so true about Chickens.

    but I also have to ask what are one arm BB presses.

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    Do you agree with quote 100%?
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    Originally posted by The_Chicken_Daddy
    Do you agree with quote 100%?
    Do you know how to read, don't make me quote myself?

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    And just for shits and giggles, no I don't agree 100%, but think about it the way it was intended and prefaced....

    How can there be OT if there is Complete Recovery?

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    Because complete recovery can take longer than people rest for.
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    DP can you please tell us what an one arm bb press is!
    The harder you try the tougher you will be!

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    Originally posted by The_Chicken_Daddy
    Because complete recovery can take longer than people rest for.
    Well, exactly....so ya rest more

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    "THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS OVERTRAINING, JUST UNDER RECOVERY"
    LMAO!

    I like that quote, but I would have to say that just a play on words.





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