We all want bigger chest right?
Remember Arnold back in his prime days of bodybuilding he had one of the best chest ever!
The chest is something that makes you or brakes you in the world of bodybuilding.
If your chest is weak it will make all of your upper body look bad.
That’s just the way it is.
On the other hand we all want to get a bigger bench, it seems like people ask the question all the time
“How much do you bench”
So of course we all want a bigger chest.
This chest workout is something for the guys who want full, big and ripped chest muscles.
This routine also works the calves a little bit because 80% of us have small calves, right?
I encourage you guys to try it out.
Hypertrophy Chest Workout:
Each exercise grouping is to follow the pyramid training principle culminating in 2 warm up sets and 3 working sets.
Rep ranges should be the following:
- Set 1: 20 reps
- Set 2: 15 reps
- Set 3: 10 reps
- Set 4: 8 reps
- Set 5: 6 reps.
All reps are performed using a full range of motion. As you probably know building muscle isn’t about lifting as heavy as you can.
It is about progressive overload which is the gradual increase of stress placed upon the body during exercise training.
This routine is the first training day in our completely free 7 day workout program that is designed to shed of fat and build lean hard muscle.
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