Do You Want A Herculean Chest?
All of the guys in the gym would love to have a Herculean Chest. How do you go about doing that? Well, here are 5 tips and some sample exercises to help you out.
Besides your arms, the chest is one of the most noticeable muscles. When someone walks into the gym you notice right away if they have a huge Herculean chest that sticks out like mountains. And then you see all the other guys in the gym trying to flex their chest and wishing they looked like that guy.
The truth is, most guys would like to have that huge, bulging chest, but they're too busy training their arms all the time to focus on their chest. There are a couple things you need to remember when trying to build that monstrous chest that will make any woman jealous.
Five Tips For A Huge Chest!
- Always train your chest first when you get to the gym and with high intensity.
- Stick to the basic mass building exercises (bench press, incline, decline, dips, etc.)
- Train your chest from all angles. Include a variety of incline, decline, and flat presses for maximum muscle stimulation.
- Always stick with low reps for the best size gains (6-10). If you can get to 10 then add 5 more lbs. And do between 8-12 sets total.
- Only train your chest once every 6-8 days.
Here is a sample of my routine I have been using that helped me add over 6 inches to my chest in the last 5 months.
Train Your Chest From All Angles.
- Bench Press: 4 sets
- Incline Press: 3 sets
- Decline Press: 2 sets
- Dumbbell Flyes: 1 set
Every 4-6 weeks you can switch it around a little and substitute dips for the decline and make sure to always use a weight you can handle with proper form.
Weak Point Training For The Chest
If you find you are developing a weak part in one part of your chest there are a couple things you can do to get it caught up with the rest. First of all make sure you use the Priority Principle, and second, try doing more exercises for that part. Look below.
- Upper Chest: More incline barbell presses and incline DB flyes.
- Lower Chest: More decline barbell presses and decline DB flyes.
- Inner Chest: Close-grip presses and cable flyes.