How to Add Inches to Your Chest


A hard-rock chest with six pack-abs is the ultimate combo for not only a sexy body, but also for a stronger, healthier you. We’ve suggested a lot of ab workouts, and now we’ll teach you how to add inches to your chest.

Why do you need to exercise your chest, anyway? Well, toning it will strengthen your upper body, as well as enhance posture, and promote lean muscle mass. You’re also less likely to be injured in any types of workout!

To start, here’s a very informational article – with step-by-step exercises, tips and a month-long workout – by fitness writer Myatt Murphy on Men’s Health:

Build a Bigger, Stronger Chest

Your chest is composed of two muscle groups: the pectoralis major and a smaller, deeper group called the pectoralis minor. Changing the angle of your body during classic chest exercises can challenge different parts of these muscle groups for maximum development. The anterior deltoids—the front of the shoulders–and the triceps assist your pectoral muscles. Strengthen them and you can use heavier weights for even more growth. Read more…

As you’ve read, you don’t necessarily need to work your chest out every day, just up to twice a week is fine. Just pick a day or two to focus on that body part and you’re good for the week.

Here’s another great workout by strength and conditioning specialist 
Anthony J. Yeung
on Men’s Fitness that will absolutely tone your upper body:


Here’s the truth: your chest workout isn’t hard enough. If you want serious muscle growth in your upper body, you need to supercharge your training program. Read more…

Lastly, fitness writer
Joe Wuebben
shares a few tips to make the most out of your workouts on Muscle and Fitness:


Pecs haven’t really grown any bigger or stronger in months? Time to throw another wrench into your pec training with some new hardcore, extreme techniques, all intended to spark new muscle growth and take your chest to the next level. The following 5 chest-shocking methods have been tried many times over by expert trainers, champion bodybuilders and muscle-hungry gym rats with smashing success. Read more…

Like other types of exercises, this will reduce your risk of diseases like heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancers. It’s because working out enables you to torch excess fats and calories, which are one of the reasons why most diseases target your body.

Be careful when using weight machines or other resistance equipment in the gym, especially if it’s your first time! Slowly build a workout routine, and then up your intensity and reps as your fitness level increases.

So what are you waiting for? Add inches to your chest to a sexier you, and achieve optimal health!


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