This is our first workout back after the 2010 Atlantics. Both Dave and I are all full and rebounded after the show. You can get some crazy pumps in the gym right after a bodybuilding show.
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Post Contest Chest Shoulder and Tricep Workout Chest, Shoulder, & Tricep Workout… First workout back after the Atlantic Bodybuilding Championships This Video is Brought to you by… Lee Hayward’s Total Fitness Body Building www.LeeHayward.com Lee: This is first workout back now since the show and Saturday after dropping water. I hit 187 and here is Monday 207 so I’m feeling like a bloated pig here I outrun 20 pounds in 48 hours. How about you how did you? Dave: I was… Lee: Saturday morning? Dave: Saturday morning after dropping what I was 2:06 and I’m back at 2:28. Lee: 2:28 Dave: We go through extreme dehydrations. Lee: Oh yeah. Dave: No more body fluids or anything like that. Lee: No. Dave: So I mean it is extreme. Lee: That makes me, that part of the sports, not the healthy part put it that way. Dave likes to use the wider grip there. I just wanted the closer grip works good. Dave’s shoulders are a lot wider than mine so different body structures you’re going to use different grips and stuff like that. We should halfly get pumped up here. Dave: Do a pose down to see how freaking full we are. Lee: I’m not going to flex my abs the hell with that their kind of blurred but my chest will be full right. I have veins on top of veins in the chase but I’m going to do some peck deck now and the cool thing about this peck deck is I get a good range of motion and with a peek contraction at the top so it’s just pull the stretched and the peak contraction exercise. Warm feeling pretty full and junked up here now. Dave: A killer exercise I really like the style of peck deck. I like this one better than the butterfly style. Alright let me see that style. Lee: Okay I’m super set to the peck deck now with the reverse peck deck for your delts and this is something that a lot of people don’t do but I’m really am a big fan of super settings on rear deltoid and upper back work for your chest because it helps to balance up your shoulder development and prevent like a rotator cuff stream and overworking front delts which often happens when people do heavy chest work. So even the strong in a few certain chest works like this. Dave: There we go. He’s going for a full squeeze. Lee: Weight is not critical here, squeezing the muscle is. There you go. You really tank your delts where you’re working good and that’s the weak link that’s where most people want to come to shoulder development. They really neglect the rear delts so I would actually recommend doing more work for the rear delts because they came to such a neglected area whenever you do a shoulder press or bench press or anything like that your front and side delts come into play. Well not a whole lot of things really bring the rear delts. Time to get serious now. Dave: Alright Franko. Lee: Franco Columbo. Dave: Lee and I watched Pumping Iron last night. Lee: That movie gets old. Dave: Never it’s classic shot after classic shot. Lee: I think that’s criteria. Every bodybuilder who hasn’t watched that at least ones a year not more. Dave: Yeah. Lee: Alright. Just working now for the rear delts so I’m— Dave: You beat me. Keep on posing, yeah. Lee: There we go. Awesome man your shoulders are huge. Your rear delts and side has pumping up here. Awesome! Dave: Oh. Lee: That’s a killer pose for you like that. Nice. Look at the delts they’re ready to pop. Look when you see the split in the front side dealt there. Nice. We’re going to finish off with one of my favorite exercise, push ups. Special thanks to Dave Ruel The author of: “Anabolic Cooking” The Bodybuilders Cookbook!

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