fairknowledge / August 24, 2018
Chest-Pectoral Workouts with suspension trainer
The chest is easily one of the most popular muscle groups to weight train. Because of this it’s also one of the easiest to overtrain, especially for beginning weight trainers who think they must do an insane amount of sets when they work out the chest muscles. Keep your chest workouts simple without doing too much, get enough rest and recovery between workouts, and you will build a bigger chest with the help of HIT suspension trainer
Here’s a great sample chest workout if you follow a 3 day weight training split routine and have 4 or 5 days to rest and recover each muscle group. This chest – pectoral workout calls for light, medium, and heavy days.
Light chest workout (all sets done for 15-20 reps)
1-2 sets of bench presses
1-2 sets of incline bench presses
1-2 sets of decline bench presses or dips
1-2 sets of dumbbell benches
1-2 sets of dumbbell inclines
1-2 drop sets of flyes or cable crossovers.
Medium chest workout (all sets done for 8-12 or 10-15 reps)
2-3 sets of bench press
2-3 sets of incline bench presses
2-3 sets of decline benches or dips
2-3 total sets of flat and/or incline dumbbell bench presses
2 drop sets of flyes or cable crossovers.
Heavy chest workout (all sets done for 3-7 or 5-10 reps)
3-4 sets of bench presses
3-4 sets of incline bench presses
2-3 sets of dips or decline bench presses
3-4 total sets of flat and incline dumbbell presses
2-3 drop sets of cable crossovers or flyes.