Incline-Decline-Flyes Chest Workout

I’ve had a lot going on lately and haven’t had a chance to post much but I wanted to share this chest workout I did a couple of weeks ago that gave me an incredible pump and made me sore for several days. I’ve been hitting each body part once a week and doing one muscle group per workout. This idea was to add more volume training to my workouts. So for chest I’ve been aiming to hit at least six exercises doing 3-4 sets each and also implementing various weight training techniques such as drop sets, rest-pause, supersets, etc. This chest workout consisted of mostly straight sets with a drop on the final set of each chest exercise. Here’s there workout.

Jason’s Incline-Decline-Flyes Chest Workout:

Incline Barbell Press: 4 sets x 8-12 reps (drop set on final set)

Decline Barbell Press: 4 sets x 8-12 reps (drop set on final set)

Dumbbell Flyes: 3 sets x 12 reps

Incline Hammer Strength Press: 4 sets x 10-12 reps (drop set on final set)

Decline Hammer Strength Press: 4 sets x 10-12 reps (drop set on final set)

Machine Flyes: 3 sets x 12 reps (drop set on final set)

The only chest exercise I didn’t do a drop set on was dumbbell flyes. I actually took less rest between those sets. As you can see I hit an incline press, decline press, and a flye movement and then repeated that progression yet with different exercise. As I stated above, the pump I got from this was amazing. This chest workout allows you to hit your chest muscles from all angles. I must also note that I’ve been stretching a little between sets as well. It’s easy to get lazy on stretching. I don’t overdo it; just an 8 to 10 second light stretch for each pec between sets. Try it out!

Train with Passion,

Jason

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