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    What’s a Chest Press?

    Is it a DB Chest Press or a machine Chest Press?

    I’m following Candito’s Linear Program Hypertrophy/Strength and it includes chest Press and Incline Chest Press.

    I’d really appreciate if you could clear this up for me. Thanks.
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    It looks like it gives you some leeway and isn’t super specific.

    You could do barbell incline and flat dumbbell, machine flat presses and incline dumbbell presses….
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    Originally Posted by xwallysmail View Post
    Is it a DB Chest Press or a machine Chest Press?

    I’m following Candito’s Linear Program Hypertrophy/Strength and it includes chest Press and Incline Chest Press.

    I’d really appreciate if you could clear this up for me. Thanks.
    I've gone through a handful of web pages referencing the program and they just use Bench Press in the outline and don't talk about it being called a chest press, or anything about it being vague for that matter.
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    Originally Posted by GeneralSerpant View Post
    I've gone through a handful of web pages referencing the program and they just use Bench Press in the outline and don't talk about it being called a chest press, or anything about it being vague for that matter.
    IIRC I think they reference both, which would lead me to believe they mean a chest press machine or even anything else other than a barbell BP with the same basic movement pattern.
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    I don't t want to be that guy but did you read the pdf?

    Choose any chest pressing variation you like or feel will bring the most to the table. . Just stick with it for the cycle.
    Bb, db, machine, cable, specialist bar
    Pushups, dips
    Flat, low inc, med Inc, low decline
    Tempo, psuse, tng
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    Probably not slingshot or boards or heavy ban/chain tho

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    I intentionally want to leave the exercises besides bench, squat, and deadlift to be open
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    Originally Posted by MyEgoProblem View Post
    I don't t want to be that guy but did you read the pdf?
    No. Why do you ask?

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    The only time I actually came across a site providing it was a site you had to create a membership to download it.
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    Originally Posted by GeneralSerpant View Post
    No. Why do you ask?

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    The only time I actually came across a site providing it was a site you had to create a membership to download it.
    Candito's is free. He seems really intent on making quality material available for all who want it and getting rid of gimmicks and the marketing of it.
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    Looks very approachable.

    I like to structure my workouts in a manner in which I can have flexibility in choice but look for consistent progress.
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