Being able to effectively hit your upper, mid and lower chest from home with NO equipment may seem impossible. But, I’m here to show you it’s definitely not! Once you’ve got an understanding of the biomechanics of the chest muscles, you can adapt gym chest exercises to the home environment, and I’ll show you exactly how to do it.
Did you know that second to the abdomen, the chest is where men store most of their body fat? If you’ve got chest fat, you probably hate it. When men store fat in the chest, it can show up as man boobs. The good news is that there are workouts, exercises and nutrition tips that can help you learn how to get rid of man boobs and lose the chest fat once and for all!
The classic theory of "Upper, Middle, and Lower" chest exercises is a good start, but, it's not enough!! The solution to this problem is to not forego the popular mass building chest exercises, but to pair them as drop sets with exercises that do emphasize adduction across midline of the chest. I'll show you how to do this in my Perfect Chest Workout.
I just finished hanging out with an expert powerlifter, THAT 1 LEGGED MONSTER - KC MITCHELL and he showed me something that instantly increased my bench press, and I promise that it will do the same for you!
Whether you're out celebrating summer vacation or just spending some time away from the gym, I'm going to give you a reason to start thinking about training again. How?
The Incline Bench Press is one of the best upper chest exercises there is, but there's one major problem preventing us from getting the maximum benefit out of it. The front delt likes to dominate the movement, taking away from the action of the upper chest.