Jason’s Mass Builder Chest Workout
I hit some chest and triceps this morning but wanted to post my chest workout for you all. I’m calling this a mass building chest workout because it’s very basic yet heavy and intense. Like yesterday’s mass building back workout the exercises in today’s chest workout are simple and I’m using straight sets for the most part. As far as workout techniques I did incorporate some negative reps.
I’m starting out on the good ole bench press. I usually start with incline barbell press. I think upper chest is important to focus on. But you can’t deny the mass building benefits of flat bench press. However, I continued the workout hitting various angles of my chest.
Chest Workout for Mass
Bench Press: 3 sets x 6-12 reps (drop set on last set)
Pec Dec Flyes: 3 sets x 12 reps
Hammer Strength Incline Press: 3 sets x 10 reps (negative on final rep each set)
Decline Barbell Press: 3 sets x 15 reps
I went up a little in weight each set on bench press. My final set was a little heavier than usual so I did a drop set right after. A lot of people save flye movements for the end but I like to throw them in at the beginning or the middle of my chest workout. Sometimes I’ll do them as a finishing move as well but doing them early on helps pre-exhaust the muscle before going into the compound work.
The Hammer Strength Incline Chest Press is one of my favorite machines for chest. I get great muscle contractions with this machine and hit some very painful negative reps on it this morning. I ended my chest workout with decline barbell reps using higher reps. My goal was to create an extreme pump after all the heavy work was done.
Train with Passion,