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  • Yates

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  • Sergio

    125 17.03%
  • Arnold

    198 26.98%
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  • Haney

    53 7.22%
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Thread: Best Double Bicep

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    Default Best Double Bicep

    Who looks best in this pose?
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    That was Sergio's pose, you can't top that.

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    only lee danny and arnold could do it with the vacum
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    Voted Sergio. Amazing.

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    Sergio then Arnold

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    I voted Coleman based on the fact that it wasn't that picture that was given as a reference. Coleman at one point had probably the best double bi shot I've ever seen. When looking at the front db I take into account overall development and noone other than Haney and Yates had overall development like Ronnie.
    This is the era in which I think he was at his best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    I voted Coleman based on the fact that it wasn't that picture that was given as a reference. Coleman at one point had probably the best double bi shot I've ever seen. When looking at the front db I take into account overall development and noone other than Haney and Yates had overall development like Ronnie.
    This is more the shape I took Ronie for consideration.
    That's a sick photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    I voted Coleman based on the fact that it wasn't that picture that was given as a reference. Coleman at one point had probably the best double bi shot I've ever seen. When looking at the front db I take into account overall development and noone other than Haney and Yates had overall development like Ronnie.
    This is the era in which I think he was at his best.
    Just too let you know, that is not a front double bicep pose son.

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    i was never a fan of ronnies egg shaped biceps.

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    Sergio!
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    Arnie, no could beat waist to shoulder ratio, he owns this pose as u guys like to say!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_Bateman View Post
    Just too let you know, that is not a front double bicep pose son.
    I am aware of this. The photo was to show the era in which I was speaking, not necessarily the pose. Thanks for the smart ass remark though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilojay View Post
    Arnie, no could beat waist to shoulder ratio, he owns this pose as u guys like to say!
    I agree that Arnie's was sick but the legs were absent. In my opinion it doesn't matter what pose you hit, you need the total package. Noone beats Arnold biceps though.

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    Easy -Sergio... what a tank!
    Once upon a time.... Ronnie was perfection.
    I riff em all on phat' bottom string - making it clear who's the real Kerry-King

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    ...man yates and Ronnie LOOK Good.. tuff choice.... hafta tink
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    I am aware of this. The photo was to show the era in which I was speaking, not necessarily the pose. Thanks for the smart ass remark though.
    Please stay on topic, if you want to start your own thread about some other pose feel free to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    I voted Coleman based on the fact that it wasn't that picture that was given as a reference. Coleman at one point had probably the best double bi shot I've ever seen. When looking at the front db I take into account overall development and noone other than Haney and Yates had overall development like Ronnie.
    This is the era in which I think he was at his best.

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