Today I’m going to share my favorite chest exercises… but there’s a catch. We can only use dumbbells! I’ll show you what to do whether you are training for hypertrophy, strength or power. I’ll also give you the best options for metabolic overload, total body and corrective, as well as one exercise that helps us address the lack of adduction that we have when we’re strapped with dumbbells as our only implement.
You want to build big shoulders and you only have access to a few pairs of dumbbells. What do you do? I’m going to show you what to do whether you’re training for strength, power or hypertrophy. I’ll give you options if you’re looking for a corrective exercise or a total body exercise. I’ll also show you one that’s meant for metabolic training as an additional form of creating hypertrophy. Plus, I didn’t leave out the best dumbbell exercise for hitting the rear delts!
I don't care how many pullups you are doing (or not doing) right now. I'm going to show you how to start banging out 20 or more in one set! First I’ll show you a progression you can follow to start building up the strength you need for those pullups. I’ll also show you an instant fix that you can use to start doing more pullups in your very next set!
If you've been training for any length of time, you've likely done your share of supersets. But your idea of what a superset is and its purpose may have only been partially correct! I’m going to show you my 8 favorite supersets that work all of these muscle group combinations, and I’ll also throw in some specific techniques that you may never have thought of.
If you could only do one triceps exercise for muscle mass, which would it be? Not an easy choice. However, not only will I give you my winner, I’ll show you the exact science behind my choice!