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Old 03-09-2009, 04:17 PM
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Yeah, I do statics for chest for the occlusion effect...since it is impossible to use wraps for that muscle. But you have to do heavy statics - above 65% 1 RM.
i saw an abstract at ACSM last year where they occluded the arms to hypertrophy the chest. the idea was...the triceps would fatigue very quickly calling on a recruitment of more chest
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