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The strongest 5 Exercises to Build Chest Muscle Growth





 

Instead of waiting for a bench to become free to perform your average bench press exercise, why not try these 6 exercises, that are more superior than the bench and also give you gratification of building your chest muscles.

Don’t completely leave out the bench press, but instead incorporate these moves to not only give your workout new character, but it also means you are not waiting around. By performing these exercises you are also not putting to much pressure directly on your delts but can use surrounding muscles to help and gain mass.

These exercises will provide you with the training variety which will help you stimulate the chest muscles from several different angles. As soon as you add these exercises into your training plan, we guarantee you will start getting a fuller and thicker chest in a very short time.



1. Svend press

Svend press


The Svend press is a unique exercise because it’s done with a plate, not a barbell.

How to:

◕ The way you do it is by standing, holding a 45-pound plate at chest level and pressing the weight in front of you using both hands, while you focus on squeezing your pecs.
◕ Return the plate slowly back to the chest.
◕ That’s one rep.
◕ This type of press will help you to better separate the inner part of the chest muscles.

2. Push-ups

Push-ups


Push-ups are the quintessential exercise not just for pec development but as the most basic builder of overall body strength.

How to:

◕ You can make it a bit more challenging by doing it off a medicine ball or placing the feet on a higher ground to hit the upper chest area.
◕ Start the movement with the arms slightly wider than shoulder width.
◕ Lower yourself to the floor until the triceps positioned parallel to the floor.

3. Landmine press

landmine press gif


This a very simple and fun exercise primarily meant to stimulate the upper part of your pecs.

How to:

◕ To get into a right body position for this movement, put a classic Olympic barbell in some corner or if you gym has one, a landmine attachment.
◕ Next, put some weight plates on the other side of the barbell.
◕ Grab the loaded part of the barbell with one hand, get it up to your shoulder and beginning in a standing position, press the barbell upwards.
◕ This will especially stimulate the upper chest area.

4. Parallel Bar Dips

Parallel Bar Dips

Dips are one of the most basic, simple, yet extremely effective movements.

How to:

◕ Go to a dip station, grip the bars on both sides with both hands and place them a bit further apart than conventional triceps dip grip.
◕ You should tilt the body downwards, not upright, in order to better target the chest muscles.
◕ All parts of the chest will be targeted when doing this movement.

5.  Dumbbell Pullover

Dumbbell Pullover
How to:

◕ Holding a medium-to-heavy dumbbell, lay with your back flat on a bench or stability ball.
◕ With your feet planted on the ground and your core engaged, extend your arms to the sky, cupping the dumbbell with both hands above your chest.
◕ Keeping your low back pressed into the bench or stability ball, slowly lower your arms overhead until your biceps reach your ears.
◕ Slowly bring your arms back to above your chest and repeat.