If you really want a showy superhero physique, then you need a torn, chiseled chest. Few body parts are so important to your body. A big, strong set of pecs will make your waist look slimmer and give the top of your torso an unmistakable size. And no matter what you wear, whether T-shirt, sweater or suit, your chest curves slightly noticeably.
The construction of this large chest completes your entire physique. The exercises that attack your chest (think of bench presses and flies) also attack your shoulders and help train more of your V-Taper. And they also stimulate your triceps and give depth to your arms.
But the big chest you always wanted was not built in one day, and it was not built over and over again with the same repetitive exercises. It takes time and an intelligent program to create the perfect breast ̵
I have developed for you a program that avoids two of the most common mistakes regarding the breast development. First of all, you can not go to the gym and just do all the bench press known to man – barbell presses, dumbbell presses, helical presses, and more. This is a recipe to hurt yourself as it puts a lot of strain on the shoulder point. Instead, you need a balance of training variety, volume and intensity. That's what you get with this explosion in the chest.
And secondly, you can not expect a superhero list to appear one day (unless you were bitten by a radioactive spider). It takes time to build serious, properly shaped muscle, and that's exactly what you want for your breast. Stick to this program for four weeks and do not deviate from it. You will then receive the desired results.
A Brief Anatomy Lesson
Before we begin the program, we should first understand how your breast works. Your breast actually has two muscle heads, each with similar but different responsibilities. First, there is the clavicle head, which is essentially your upper chest (and it's the mass area that every guy works for). Then there's the sternal head, essentially your lower chest.
Your biggest challenge in building your chest will be this clavicle head; It is often difficult to aim. Weirding presses seem to be the simple answer, but they do not work for everyone. Our workaround; Some front-raise exercises because the collarbone head supports part of this shoulder action.
The sternal head is the larger head of your chest. Key to Development: Get a complete contraction of all your printing presses. The head is very active when it comes to turning the humerus towards the torso.