The chest is considered one of the most significant parts of the body. Many women in the world dream of having beautiful toned breasts. The chest is just as important for the male body. Inflated chest muscles give the torso a muscular look and make a man much more voluminous and powerful. Therefore, the main training is given specifically to the muscles of the chest.
There are two main principles for the development of chest muscles. The first is work on the development of mass and relief, and the second principle is the general comprehensive development. Often novice athletes make the mistake of doing only their favorite chest muscles. The result of such training looks ridiculous and ridiculous. A greatly enlarged chest against the background of the rest of the not too developed muscles spoils the overall appearance.
For a regular increase in body weight, it is necessary to do heavy basic exercises, which are provided not only for the chest muscles. The absence of such classes in the complex greatly inhibits development, therefore it is recommended to devote most of the time to comprehensive development. After the body acquires the necessary muscle mass, you can proceed to work on the relief. It is recommended that the first two months of training devote more time to strength exercises with a large mass, and in the future you can start exercising in relief.
Plan your workouts in such a way as to evenly distribute the load on different parts of the spine. For example, you can alternate exercises through one workout. You can also use a different version of the lesson and distribute the load in each lesson evenly. In any case, focus on your well-being.
For the development of the clavicular section of the chest, the training includes basic dumbbell breeding exercises and barbell and dumbbell presses on an incline bench, push-ups from the floor with fixing the legs on a raised platform. Isolated exercises include pullovers and crossovers on the lower blocks.
For the development of the sternal region, basic exercises are performed: dilution of dumbbells lying head down, bench presses of barbells and dumbbells in the head down position and push-ups on the uneven bars and from the floor. Crossover exercises on the upper blocks, pullovers, exercises on the butterfly simulator will be considered isolated.
For building mass, 3 workouts per week are recommended, and for work on relief, 4 or even 5 workouts per week. Each workout should include two to four chest exercises. Training is best combined with good nutrition, high in protein and carbohydrates.