When it comes to what muscle guys (and girls) love, the focus is always on the chest, arms and abs.
There are some girls who look on the boys butts. A well developed chest is a must-have for a symmetrical, balanced upper body musculature. We’ve all noticed that having a weak chest is as detrimental to the overall appearance as having a weak back – almost no one could admire a guy who sports pumped arms and chiseled abs with a relatively flat chest seated in the middle.
But what are the best exercises to blow up the pectorals? Finding the right combination of exercises, sets, reps and techniques to bring you to the promised land of (good) pain can sometimes be elusive. This is especially true for those with some serious lifting experience under their belts. The more you train, after all, the harder it is to damage your muscle fibers.
Well, not today! Today I will show you 3 simple exercises, but made in another way…
Today’s workout will only last 15 minutes, so you’ll need to warm up really fast, and if you are not used to high intensity workouts, you better keep the distance from this one.
You will have 3 exercises, with one set for each. Basically, 3 quick sets. The perfect workout for those who don’t have time to train, but still want to have a pumped chest!
Here we go…
3 Simple Exercises For an amazing CHEST
1. First exercise: Bench Press – The classic exercise for a massive chest. You need to do 4 to 8 reps with a maximum load. Without taking any break, go straight to next exercise
2. The incline dumbbell press – Lie on your back on an incline bench with your feet flat on the floor, holding a pair of dumbbells just outside the shoulders with your arms bent. By contracting the chest muscles and pulling your shoulder blades together, press the dumbbells up directly above your shoulders, fully extending the arms. Stop right before your elbows lock out, then slowly lower both dumbbells to the sides of your chest. You need to do 10 reps with a maximum weight. Without any break, go straigt to next exercise.
3. Dips – chest version. You will need to use the parallel bars. Chest dips are a powerful exercise for building a muscular chest. They also work your entire upper body including your back, arms and shoulders.
So there you have it! It looks really simple, right?