The Best Chest Workout for Mass
The first exercise of the Best Chest Workout is the Barbell Incline Press. Start off by warming up with a weight you can press for 10 to 15 easy repetitions.
Now move up to a weight you can do for 8 easy reps. Make sure you stretch your chest, shoulders, and arms between each set for a few seconds. This will help you prepare for the heavy weights. It is now time for the real, Best Chest Workout to begin! Load the bar to a weight that you can press about 10 times, but only do eight repetitions. Rest and stretch for about 2 minutes and do it again. Repeat this for a total of 4 work sets. By now your upper chest should be massive and pumped, and you are ready for the next exercise!
Lower Chest Workout
You might think this is where we go to the Bench Press, but not this time. We are going to perform Dips with added weight in our Best Chest Workout. This exercise is as important for the upper body as the Squat is for the lower body, and specifically for the lower chest.
Pat Casey, the first man to Bench 600 pounds (back in the 60's), used to do dips with over 300 pounds strapped to his 340 pound body!
With that motivating thought in mind, let's get to work.
Begin by finding a sturdy Dip station and warm up by doing 10 Dips with just your bodyweight. You don't need to go down as far as you can, just far enough to feel a stretch in your chest but not too much in your shoulders.
Leaning forward a little will help with that.
A Dip belt will make it easy to add weight, but if you don't have one, you can squeeze a dumbbell between your knees while you dip. Add enough weight to allow you to do 8 dips, but just do 6. Rest and stretch for 2 minutes and repeat for 4 working sets. By now your lower chest, shoulders and triceps should be blown up like balloons and feel like you have been run over by a truck. This is a great way to build muscle fast. If that doesn't sound like fun, you might not be crazy enough to earn a massive, ripped chest.
Inner Chest Workout
I will probably surprise you again with my exercise selection for the best chest workout, but I believe this is the best choice for the inner chest. Go to the Pec Deck machine and get ready for some real pain! I know many people think of this as a finishing exercise, as in an exercise to help put the finishing touches on your bodybuilding physique. I know that this exercise, done just as I prescribe, is a finishing exercise because when you have completed it, you will be FINISHED!
Without any more time wasted, sit down on the Pec Deck machine and warm up with one set of 10 easy reps. Add enough weight to limit you to 10 reps and this time do all 10. Make sure to hold the contracted position( that's when your hands or elbows are together) for 2 full seconds each repetition. Make each repetition smooth and controlled and flex your chest hard each time. Rest and stretch for 2 minutes and do it one last time.
Recovery from the Best Chest Workout
Congratulations, you are on your way to a fantastic chest! Our Company chose the name, NO LIMITS PHYSIQUE, because we truly believe you should not set any limits on what you want to accomplish. If you have put the effort into this workout that you should have, you will be tired and at least a little sore. Rest your chest until your next scheduled workout, no sooner than 3 days away, and watch your Chest grow! Don't underestimate the importance of getting good, powerful sleep.
The Best Chest Workout works great with the rest of the workouts found in the Bodybuilding Training section.
More Great Chest Workouts:
Chest Workout #1
Chest Workout #2
Comeback Bench Program