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Chest Workout Routine for Bodybuilding
When I was in grade school my friend Joe and I used to do push ups, I got pretty good at them and even got the part of "Push ups Paul" in a play my class did about exercise because I could do more push ups in a row than the other kids in my class.
But when I was in middle school Joe moved away and I didn't keep up with the push ups. He came to visit the old neighborhood about 2 years later and he was in great shape, all from just doing push ups for the last 2 years.
He had a solid muscular chest at only 14 years old and I was very impressed and wanted to have a chest like that myself, so I started doing push ups again and soon added in dips between chairs.
I finally got a weight set and bench so started doing the bench press and other exercises. I have since trained both and home and in a gym and have done about every exercise there is for chest, but the following routine got me the best results of all the chest workouts I've ever done.
My all time best bodybuilding chest workout routine
Bench Press for 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps
Incline Bench Press for 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps
Flat Bench Dumbbell Flys for 3 sets of 10 to 15 reps
I would get a huge pump after this workout and my pecs would be blown up like balloons.
I did this workout twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.
I didn't add weight each set I did all three with the same weight, but
when I did all three sets with the maximum guideline number for reps I would
add weight the next workout.
I still occasionally do other chest workouts for variety but I always go back to this one as it still works the best.
Try it and let me know how it works for you.
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