Search/Browse Site
Submit Article
Ask a Question

Main Categories:

Auto And Trucks (379)
Business And Finance (3443)
Computers And Internet (1551)
Education (57)
Family (1145)
Food And Drink (534)
Gadgets And Gizmos (58)
Health (2463)
Hobbies (70)
Home Improvement (796)
Humor (12)
Kids And Teens (191)
Legal (311)
Marketing (1505)
Men (25)
Music And Movies (42)
Online Business (2628)
Parenting (440)
Pets And Animals (60)
Politics And Government (35)
Recreation And Sports (927)
Relationships (68)
Religion (56)
Self Improvement And Motivation (2878)
Site Promotion (619)
Travel And Leisure (660)
Web Design And Development (535)
Women (862)
Writing (588)

Article Info:

Views: 383
Author: Steven H. Bosco

How to build a bigger and better chest

by: Steven H. Bosco

Creating a larger more powerful chest is difficult but if you follow this easy workout you’ll see results in no time.
Each of the chest exercises listed should be done with proper form to not only avoid injury, but the better your form is, the better results you will get. Please also note that even though these are only a few chest exercises, these are the most effective. You may or may not want to do every one of these chest exercises in your chest workout routine.
Flat Bench Press - This exercise works the whole chest area.
5 sets, 6-10 reps per set at 70% of your 1 rep max
Incline Bench Press - This exercise works the upper chest area.
4 sets, 6-10 reps per set at 65% of your 1 rep max
Decline Bench Press - This exercise works the lower chest area
4 sets, 6-10 reps per set at 75% of your 1 rep max
Dumbell Flyes - This exercise works the entire chest area, focusing mainly on the inner chest.
5 sets, 8-10 reps per set at 75% of your 1 rep max
if your looking to build muscle and gain mass and size, stick to free weight exercises like the ones listed here. More important than the amount of weight being used is proper form. It is recommended that you have a spotter available when lifting. You can easily find a workout partner in your area at http://www.daterade.com

About The Author

Steven H. Bosco is a personal trainer with over 10 years in the fitness industry. He’s also a writer at the world’s first free online dating website for fitness minded singles: http://www.Daterade.com

This article was posted on August 17, 2005

No comments are included for this article. Submit a comment with your feedback/suggestions.

OnlyBrochures, Ltd. © 2008