i need fuller pectors on the x&y axis

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  1. black jesus

    black jesus OT Supporter

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    I have a nice thick depth, but I can't seem to get them lower and wider.

    I'm doing db presses, incline, decline, machine fly's, decline flies, and pullovers (though I never feel them doing any work).

    Most other body parts are coming along nicely.

    Thanks for the advice.
     
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    indianghetto69er New Member

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    if you want wider... do wide grip bench press with the bar... why are you only using db's?
     
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    black jesus OT Supporter

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    shoulder problems.
     
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    do some rotator cuff stuff for a month and try again... although i think chest width is more of a genetic related factor
     
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    black jesus OT Supporter

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    that's not the issue.
     
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    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    for fucks sake
     
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    genetics isn't the issue?
     
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    black jesus OT Supporter

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    my rotator is fine. Its actualy connective tissue for the bi's and the pectoral minor that get inflamed from barbell pressing.
     
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