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7/26/07 10:04 P

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A good sequence is to work from proximal to distal (from your belly button on out) so when you're doing upper body do your chest and back, then shoulders, then biceps/triceps. This will prevent the smaller muscles from being overly fatigued and limiting the performance of your larger, more central muscles. So bench press then triceps is fine!

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7/11/07 12:15 A

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Sure, I usually work my arms one day and legs another.

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7/10/07 3:15 P

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Absolutely.

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7/10/07 2:55 P

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i want to know that after doing bench press can i do exercises for tricep

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