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    what is the hardest muscle group for You to grow?

    Mine is calves. Quads are pretty good though. My new gym has nothing for calves either, so I have to improvise.

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    Calves and side delts. HORRID is what it is.

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    Back (due to injuries)

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    I have always wanted my bi's to grow more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    I have always wanted my bi's to grow more.
    Do you utilize much negetive resistance Jim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    Do you utilize much negetive resistance Jim?
    I do on the preacher curl. Any ideas, Suggestions?

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    Fuckin abs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroN View Post
    Fuckin abs....
    Abs are made in the kitchen bro.... I haven't worked abs in over 3 years Greens bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    I do on the preacher curl. Any ideas, Suggestions?
    You ever try (we call it towels)? Get a partner and a towel or rope. Sit on the preacher, grap the towel or rope in the middle. Have the other person grap both loose ends and pull while you resist from the up position. Have him only resist enough to allow your arm to slowly be pulled to the down position. Then min. resistance to return to the up postion...repeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    You ever try (we call it towels)? Get a partner and a towel or rope. Sit on the preacher, grap the towel or rope in the middle. Have the other person grap both loose ends and pull while you resist from the up position. Have him only resist enough to allow your arm to slowly be pulled to the down position. Then min. resistance to return to the up postion...repeat
    I haven't trained with a partner in years. I may get someone to spot me and try it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    I haven't trained with a partner in years. I may get someone to spot me and try it though
    Offers a constant level of resistance and if the partner does it correctly it pushes the bicep right up to failure but as you get weaker the resistance goes down but still exists vs just hitting that wall and stopping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    Abs are made in the kitchen bro.... I haven't worked abs in over 3 years Greens bro
    Abs are made in the kitchen? Fuck doing crunches while cooking lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    Offers a constant level of resistance and if the partner does it correctly it pushes the bicep right up to failure but as you get weaker the resistance goes down but still exists vs just hitting that wall and stopping
    Great idea I will give it a try

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    This kind of implements the " forced rep " idea

    Partners are very helpful for workouts that incorporate these types of training


    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    You ever try (we call it towels)? Get a partner and a towel or rope. Sit on the preacher, grap the towel or rope in the middle. Have the other person grap both loose ends and pull while you resist from the up position. Have him only resist enough to allow your arm to slowly be pulled to the down position. Then min. resistance to return to the up postion...repeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    Abs are made in the kitchen? Fuck doing crunches while cooking lol
    Its all about pounding down those greens 3 X ED

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    what exactly does green have to do with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroN View Post
    what exactly does green have to do with it?
    When you eat green it forms together to create a type of monster in your stomach with beats on your inner abdomen walls to get out thus strengthening them and giving them more outward definition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroN View Post
    what exactly does green have to do with it?
    Seriously your body has to work hard to brake them down. It takes more calories to digest them than what's in them. That's why for me to stay lean year round they are a staple part of my nutrition plan! I never skimp on them. 3 times a day religiously

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    When you eat green it forms together to create a type of monster in your stomach with beats on your inner abdomen walls to get out thus strengthening them and giving them more outward definition.
    Lmao....

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    yeah but i fuckin hate green.... lol

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    I don't work lower back much due to a mass the size of a softball pressing against my spine and bevause of this I have a bend in my lower back, herniated discs (2) and arthritis. Sometimes I do very light good mornings, but not much.

    And jim, have you used the ropes for bicepts? It forces you to use both positive amd negative resistance. It isn't as good as a normal exercise as link suggested, but it is an amazing finishing movement. I always do 3 sets due to painful pumps. I like that. I've seen some competitors at the gym doing them for 1 set til failure.

    Mini g, side lateral raises til you feel like dying. Mix it up and try lying inclined lateral raises. Takes basic lateral raises to a whole different level. Because my shoulders are my fastest developing muscle group, I rarely do them I do 3 sets each of db presses, side, rear, and forward raises. Sometimes I don't do the forward because sometimes I feel it is wasted energy.

    Tron, don't know what to say other than good luck! When I do abs I only do 2 exercises 2x weekly. I have abs completed in about 2 minutes. Do I have great abs? Heck no. I do have them, but straight bar pushdowns get my abs better than anything, and they still blow.All I want is a mean "V Taper" to look great in a t shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroN View Post
    yeah but i fuckin hate green.... lol
    I know Bro
    Quote Originally Posted by warmouth View Post
    I don't work lower back much due to a mass the size of a softball pressing against my spine and bevause of this I have a bend in my lower back, herniated discs (2) and arthritis. Sometimes I do very light good mornings, but not much.

    And jim, have you used the ropes for bicepts? It forces you to use both positive amd negative resistance. It isn't as good as a normal exercise as link suggested, but it is an amazing finishing movement. I always do 3 sets due to painful pumps. I like that. I've seen some competitors at the gym doing them for 1 set til failure.

    Mini g, side lateral raises til you feel like dying. Mix it up and try lying inclined lateral raises. Takes basic lateral raises to a whole different level. Because my shoulders are my fastest developing muscle group, I rarely do them I do 3 sets each of db presses, side, rear, and forward raises. Sometimes I don't do the forward because sometimes I feel it is wasted energy.

    Tron, don't know what to say other than good luck! When I do abs I only do 2 exercises 2x weekly. I have abs completed in about 2 minutes. Do I have great abs? Heck no. I do have them, but straight bar pushdowns get my abs better than anything, and they still blow.All I want is a mean "V Taper" to look great in a t shirt.
    War I will give that a shot 2. Gotta get these things to grow again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    I know Bro


    War I will give that a shot 2. Gotta get these things to grow again!
    It worth a shot. I love finishing with these things. If it don't work for you, then at least you tried them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmouth View Post
    It worth a shot. I love finishing with these things. If it don't work for you, then at least you tried them.
    Sucks being an ectomorph

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroN View Post
    yeah but i fuckin hate green.... lol
    I'm with you in this... Absolutely hate anything green.

    But what about this takes more calories to break them down then they have thing... I mean I could walk 10 minutes and burn more calories than 3 meals with veggies will and take multis to make up for vits and mins


    I'm in no way saying skip on veggies. Just saying that's my personal choice. Can't stand eating them and even then I have a tiny stomach and zero appetite as it is... By te time I eat my chicken and rice I can't even fathom eating green crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    I'm with you in this... Absolutely hate anything green.

    But what about this takes more calories to break them down then they have thing... I mean I could walk 10 minutes and burn more calories than 3 meals with veggies will and take multis to make up for vits and mins


    I'm in no way saying skip on veggies. Just saying that's my personal choice. Can't stand eating them and even then I have a tiny stomach and zero appetite as it is... By te time I eat my chicken and rice I can't even fathom eating green crap
    Its because they are so dense and hard to break down. Things like broccoli, Radishes, Asparagus, Cauliflower etc. Honestly i don't know about walking ten minutes to burn the same amount of calories. Not saying it does or doesn't but the greens really help. Its about forcing your body to digest food all day long. Kind of like keeping wood on a fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim230027 View Post
    Its because they are so dense and hard to break down. Things like broccoli, Radishes, Asparagus, Cauliflower etc. Honestly i don't know about walking ten minutes to burn the same amount of calories. Not saying it does or doesn't but the greens really help. Its about forcing your body to digest food all day long. Kind of like keeping wood on a fire.

    Post this in my new thread in diet and nutriton.

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    Done

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    Forearms too.

    I CANNOT get them to grow... It's obviously harder with kak of variety and range of motion limitations...

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    Forearms? Not many people complaing about them because they are always concerned with the "big 2" up top. They should grow some with normal routines. Not a ton you can do it isolate, but bench forearm curls are decent. Bear has a great move if you can do it.

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