Best Chest Workout

Whats is the Best Chest Workout? One of the many reasons why a lot of aspiring bodybuilders out there don’t have a chiseled chest is because of too much continuity in their workouts. Don’t get me wrong, some continuity is really important in keeping the intensity of your workouts at a high, however as I’m sure you’ve all read in the past, it is extremely important to keep mixing up your workouts. One of the easiest ways to spur on new muscle growth is to keep your muscles guessing, if you perform routines that they have never experienced before, they are going to need to work harder, and in turn your muscle stimulation is increased and your muscle growth is back on a high. It really isn’t difficult, mix up your workouts and get new muscle growth. If you struggle to think of new workouts for your chest, here are a couple of examples:

Chest workout #1

Bench Press (5 sets 5 reps)
Incline Dumbell Press (3-4 sets 8-12 reps)
Decline Bench Press (3-4 sets 8-12 reps)
Incline Dumbell Flyes (3-4 sets 8-12 reps)
Press-ups (100 total reps over any number of sets)Best chest workout to build a nice chest

Chest workout #2

20 Press Ups
20 Incline Press Ups
20 Decline Press ups
20 Resistance Band Flyes
20 Medicine Ball Press-Ups

Repeat this circuit 3-4 times or until tired

Chest workout #3

Cable Chest Press (3-4 sets 8-12 reps)
Cable Crossover (3-4 sets 8-12 reps)
Dumbell Pullover (4 sets 8 reps)
Dumbell Bench Press (3 sets 10 reps)
Wide Grip Press-Ups With Feet On An Exercise Ball (100 total reps)

There you have a few workouts to be getting on with, when I say mix up your workouts I don’t mean ALL the time, I normally keep with the same one workout for each bodypart for about 4 weeks and then change it up for different exercises.

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