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Positions of Flexion Training
Multi-angular training is where you would use a few different exercises per body part. A lot of people do this wrong. They will do bench press and then dumbbell bench press. That's essentially the same thing, you're still hitting the muscles from the exact same angle.
The best way I've seen, the most sensible way I've seen is POF or Positions of Flexion training. Steve Holman is the one who originated this. He writes for IronMan magazine. His books (like Critical Mass and 10 Week Size Surge) are sold in IronMan. I'll give you an example. He says you should hit the muscles from three different angles in the same workout:
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