Muscle Exercise Tips To Get a Chest Part 3
Chest Workouts A good mass building workout for the chest, which also incorporates rib cage expansion, could look something like this:
Remember: always warm up thoroughly before you begin an exercise by doing a couple of sets using a light weight, relative to your strength level. Only when you are fully warmed up should you go \’all-out\’.
Barbell/dumbbell incline press 3×8-10 (i.e. 3 sets of 8-10 reps each) Parallel bar-dip 3×8-10 (with weight added on a dipping belt, if needed). Barbell decline press 3×8-10 Dumbbell pullover 3×10-12
Note that the above sets are \’worksets\’ and not warm-ups; the worksets involve a maximum effort to reach the rep target. Also the number of sets shown may be too much for some individuals, and should be cut back accordingly to avoid overtraining. Remember that in bodybuilding, you must ultimately find out what works best for you as an individual. The chest workout should not be performed more than once per week in order to allow for recuperation and growth, and always strive to add weight to the bar as you progress.
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