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best chest size increase exercises for a huge muscular chest

Updated on November 2, 2012
Chest Gains
Chest Gains

Best exercises for effective chest size gains

Chest workouts are always intense, but the size of your chest is a real motivator. When your chest looks good you feel good. Everyone wants to develop that 50 cent chest but its not as simple as just wanting it. My goal is to show you how to gain huge chest increases with exercises made for just that. This isn't just about size gains though, you will develop stamina and endurance on top of size gains. Now some people are skeptical on doing the first, but most important, part of the workout. Many of you bench with a free bar and doing a regular bench is beneficial. However, I am going to ask that you make your main focus at the gym on using a guided bench. I mean a bench like someone squatting would use that has a guided bar. The reason I ask you to do this instead of the free bench is because on the free bench you spend a lot of time working on balance, this balance comes from your triceps. Too much of the free bench is based on your triceps. This guided bench allows you to work more on your chest. Now once you've set up your weight on the guided bench I want you to start with a comfortable weight and do 15-25 reps. Once you've done this i'm going to recommend you add about five pounds to every set. Do about two less reps per set. five to six set will suffice. Once you have completed that you will be somewhat exhausted. Once you've had some water see if you have a seated pec fly machine. Attempt to do 3 sets of 20 reps. You'll feel your chest stretch out. (If you don't have this do light weight fly's with dumbbells). Next I'd like you to grab dumbbells and set a bench up so you can do incline presses. 12 to 15 reps will suffice for four sets. Make sure the bench is on a good incline not too straight up, or you'll do more shoulders then chest. Finally, it is important to burn out with push ups. Three sets of 50 would be perfect but this will be no easy task. At this point we will be increasing your endurance. Once you have done this two to three times a weeks for a few weeks you will notice a large increase in pec size. If you need any advice or any help let me know write on the comment section and I will get back to you quickly. If a video will help I will take the time to film it for you.

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      John Hansen 4 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Very well written,easy to understand and helpful hub Joe. Voted up.

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