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    best workouts with a curlbar

    I only have a curl bar and i want a BIG chest whats the best work out i can do to build my chest?....and what are some other good workouts with a curl bar for arms and stuff......

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    First of all when you say curl bar do you mean a straight bar or an EZ curl bar (kind that has the bends in it) If you have a straight bar the obvious answer that comes to mind is Bench Press. Do you have a bench?
    Front lateral raises will help build up the front shoulder/chest area as well.

    Be prepared to get for only wanting to work out your chest. I would suggest working out some other body parts as well to develop your body as a whole. You can do a heck of a lot with just a bar in addition to bench. There is the Dead Lift, and Squats if you have a rack. Good luck
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    you could take the curl bar to a gym and then set it down and use their benches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reko View Post
    you could take the curl bar to a gym and then set it down and use their benches.

    pretty much in a nut shell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan2006 View Post
    I only have a curl bar and i want a BIG chest whats the best work out i can do to build my chest?....
    Load some decent size plates onto your curl bar. Set it on the floor. Assume the pushup position with your hands on the outside curves of the curl bar. Do strict pushups. When you can't do anymore, go to a knee and do a few more. Repeat. A few days later, do it again but add a rep or two. If you have a backpack, you can put some weight in it and do weighted pushups.

    This is the most effective chest workout you'll get with your setup.

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    You can always just look at it and envision yourself with a bigger chest. It's all about imagination with the situation you're faced with. Gyms aren't so bad.

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