competitors in the IFBB, Nasser El Sonbaty has heaved plenty of weight in his 15 years as a pro. Like most of his peers, he changes his workouts often, but this particular routine is a great example of how he combines presses and flyes for a more intense, and thus more productive, session. >> "A technique that works well for me is rest/pause," Nasser explains. "I may do a set of 6-10 reps on an incline dumbbell press, pause for 10 seconds, do another 4-5 reps, rest again and finish with 1-3 reps." >> Nass er recommends choosing a heavy weight, but not so heavy that you can't get at least 6 reps in the set.
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