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    Bench Problem -.-

    I got back into lifting a few months ago and have put on 30 lbs. I'm 20 years old. My bodyfat is at 10 % and I'm 193. I consume 3650 calories daily spread out between 7 meals starting at 7 in the morning. My protein intake is 375 grams daily with 1.5 gallons of water. I'm using n02, Vitrex, and just started ON OFF cycle as of today. Everything on my body is progressing very well. My chest on the other hand is not. I grow stronger in all chest movements except the bench. I'm currently using 185 X 6 Reps on the bench. I work chest every 4 days. My regimen is 2 warm up sets, 2 work sets to failure, Flyes, Incline Dumbbell Press. I'm deadlifting 415 X 1, curling 115 X 5, Squatting 315 for 10 deep reps, everything is big and good except my chest. For the love of god please help me ............

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    Proud Father Maki Riddington's Avatar
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    Can you give us a better explanation of your chest workout? 185x6 is not enough. Can you only do one set or can you do more, do you do your becnh first etc...
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