The best beginner chest workout is for anyone who is new to
fitness and wants to start building a firm chest. We'll go over the basic
exercises and tell you how to fit them together. This workout can be done at the
gym or at home if you have a bench and a barbell or dumbbells.
Even though the main part of your chest is seen as one muscle, we make a difference in the upper, middle and lower part. Since there aren't much exercises that give all the parts the same amount of attention, we'll go over exercises that targets on of these specific areas.
Training your upper chest will give you more volume and firmness on the top of your chest. This part needs more attention if your shoulders are sticking out more than your chest. You train your upper chest by doing Incline presses, either with a barbell or dumbbells. If your looking for a exercise witthout weight try doing push-ups with you feet on a higher surface.
Training the middle of your chest is neccessary for general development of your chest. This won't give a specific part of your chest a boost but your entire chest. Training this by doing normal push-ups or the bench press.
Wait... there we're only three part to the chest right? True but most of the exercise stated above won't give enough emphasize on the part where your chest muscles connect to each other, because they don't need a full range motion from your chest. That's why cable crossovers are essential to every (beginner) chest workout.
|Push ups||max 15||2|
|Incline Bench Press||15||2|
|Cable Cross Overs||12||2|
This should set you on your way to a fit and sexy body. If you really want to step it up and get your fitness, health and looks to the next level, i recommend you check out The SixPack Shortcuts Program, by Mike Chang. Which you may know from hundreds of workout videos.
Mike Chang is an ISSA certified personal traner and his program focuses on 20-30 minute workouts, all brought to you in the form of clear and motivating videos.
Best of luck