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Kevin Levrone Style Part Two: Focus the mind, steady rhythm, behind the neck press and more!

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  • shawn55
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    I will keep it in mind thanks for sharing the information.

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  • jn6047
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    The come the vids won't load for me? It keeps saying its password protected.

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  • POWERHOUSE45
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    One of my favorites of all time. It's good to see that he's still making vids and training. It's kinda wierd seeing him with a normal physique now. I'm used to seeing the old school Kevin Levrone with the 24 inch guns reppin 500lbs on the bench.

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  • jd olds
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    Levrone Training

    Kevin great info thank you, when u say train all pulling and pushing movements
    do u only train a muscle once a week on this format of mon-weds-friday

    so 3 days of wieghts???

    jd

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  • Kenny_1979
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    waste of time watching this. simple personal training type of vid. all info we all already know. and he's in a booth talking about how great the bench manufactured is cause it adjusts incline, decline and flat? seriously? like thats a new innovative piece of equipemt we've never seen before...

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  • Pitbull9
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    Damn it still looks weird to watch him not being huge, and now he is soooo small lol.

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  • TheKillerOfSaints
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    in studies...the smith flat bench has been shown to be superior in muscle activation in the pec muscles.....though the free flat bench is superior at activating the front delts

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  • Aesthetic Saiyan
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    Originally posted by Mike Arnold View Post
    There is no difference when it comes to development...it is almost an indentical movement. You use real weight, pushing soley against gravity, while using a straight bar just like free weights, and the bar travels through essentially the same range of motion. When it comes to pec development...the smith is just as good as free weights. The belief which states that the pecs won't recieve equal development due to the balance factor being removed is a myth. This stands true for not only flat bench, but incline bench, and overhead presses.
    Because technique and bar path is way different

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  • GEARD UP
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    Originally posted by JP83 View Post
    Exactly. And why did Kevin portray there was 135lbs on the smith machine? There would be 135lbs if it were an olympic barbell.

    How much weight exactly does the smith machine reduce? I'm sure it's probably different for each smith machine and how it's built but maybe a general rule?

    For example, 135lbs on an olympic bar feels alot more heavy than 135lbs on a smith machine.
    THEY ARE ALL DIFFERENT. IF YOUR PRACTICING PROGRESSION LIKE YOU SHOULD BE JUST COUNT IT AS AN OLYMPIC BAR TO MAKE THE COUNTING EASY. VAS LONG AS YOUR GETTING STRONGER THE ACTUAL NUMBER MEANS NOTHING

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  • JP83
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    Originally posted by Beast In The Basement View Post
    Development, no difference. However, its easier to jam more weight on the Smith and portray "false" strength feats.
    Exactly. And why did Kevin portray there was 135lbs on the smith machine? There would be 135lbs if it were an olympic barbell.

    How much weight exactly does the smith machine reduce? I'm sure it's probably different for each smith machine and how it's built but maybe a general rule?

    For example, 135lbs on an olympic bar feels alot more heavy than 135lbs on a smith machine.

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  • GEARD UP
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    Originally posted by Beast In The Basement View Post
    Development, no difference. However, its easier to jam more weight on the Smith and portray "false" strength feats.
    WHICH MEANS JACK SHIT FOR A BODYBUILDER

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  • GEARD UP
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    YYYYYAAAAAAWWWWWNNNNNNN.....WHAT HAPPENED? I FELL ASLEEP......................

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  • Beast In The Basement
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    Originally posted by Mike Arnold View Post
    There is no difference when it comes to development...it is almost an indentical movement. You use real weight, pushing soley against gravity, while using a straight bar just like free weights, and the bar travels through essentially the same range of motion. When it comes to pec development...the smith is just as good as free weights. The belief which states that the pecs won't recieve equal development due to the balance factor being removed is a myth. This stands true for not only flat bench, but incline bench, and overhead presses.
    Development, no difference. However, its easier to jam more weight on the Smith and portray "false" strength feats.

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  • Butch Peterson
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    In this video, Hall of Fame bodybuilder Kevin Levrone gives tips on focusing the mind. moving in a steady rhythm, incline dumbbell fly, adjusting the weight for how you want to look and behind the neck press at the 2011 Europa Show of Champions Expo Hall.

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  • lolo181691
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    Originally posted by themakcompany View Post
    Kevin is a great champion. But I think what is good to see is when we see bodybuilding monsters walking around juiced up, it really isn't their bodies. It's as if they are putting on a Gorilla Suit. Because once the drugs are gone that body is gone. Look at Kevin. This is one of the best bodybuilders of all time. Without drugs he is average. So I find it hard to look up to bodybuilders as athletes. I mean if Branch was steroided out of his mind, he'd be an average looking guy who is 5'8" and probably even a little smaller than average. I think we need to start looking to the natural bodybuilders for inspiration. The guys that are a bit bigger than average and it is all real. It doesn't go away. Like Dave Goodwin. It's sad to see Kevin so small.
    what the hell are you talking about? He has a 220 pound body on a 5'10'' frame and probably 20" guns natural. That's average to you? I mean he is training and doing his levrone report and the transformation but he is not frequent and he travels and works a lot now. And try not to post this crap on a thread where you have a ton of Kevin's fans. btw Has anybody noticed his triceps when he shows it? that's insane for a 44 year old natural guy..

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