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Lee Haney trained by the motto of “Stimulate, don’t annihilate,” and it served as a reasoned counterpoint to cries of “No pain, no gain!” As he collected a record eight Sandows from 1984 to 1991 in the Mr. Olympia Competitions, the Georgian giant quietly did things his way. He followed the three-on, one-off system, popular in the ’80s, but steered clear of the typical push-and-pull division of upper body. Instead, he grouped chest with arms and back with shoulders, as shown here. Thus, Haney had a “width day” dedicated to the breadth he used to dominate bodybuilding for nearly a decade.
|Seated Cable Row||4||8-10|
|One-arm Dumbbell Row||4||8-10|
|Standing Military press||4-5||6-10|
|Dumbbell Side Lateral||4||8-10|
|Bentover Rear Lateral||4||8-10|