more definition on chest and abs?

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  1. NFS7

    NFS7 Shit, it burns!

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    yo doods, i have been working my arms, legs, shoulders, back and my chest and waist area as well. i seem to be doing pretty well in most of the areas except for the chest and waist, id like to see more definition there. i dont know that many chest excercises, but all i've been doing for the chest is dumbbell bench presses. and for the waist, i've been doing straight leg dead lifts, dumbbell side bends and 8 minute abs. is there anything else i should add to my routines to see better results? thanks guys :wavey:
     
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    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    Post your entire routine.
     
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    Height/weight?

    What you need to do is cut.

    I like using a recently-sharpened filleting knife. Start at the upper abdominal wall and carve in about 1/2-3/4 inch down, diagonally. Once you have just enough skin-slack for a solid grip, hold on tight and push downward. Pretend you're setting a tricep pushdown PR, but really you're pulling away an undesirable layer of flesh.

    When the paramedics get there, play it off as a cheese grater accident. Little do they know you just wanted shredded abs.
     
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