Big Chest and Biceps Workout

This morning was chest and biceps! And of course it was a heavy workout, for the most part. Now, when I say heavy I don’t mean powerlifting heavy. I’m not maxing out or just doing a few reps. The lowest amount of reps I care to be at is about 6. Any less than that and I feel I’m not really working the muscle but just moving weight from point A to point B.

Chest Workout

Incline Barbell Press:
4 sets x 10, 10, 6, 6 reps

Dumbbell Press:
3 sets x 8 reps

Decline Bench Press:
3 sets x 10, 8, 6 reps

Cable Flyes:
3 sets x 12 reps

Biceps Workout

Alternate Dumbbell Curls:
3 sets x 12, 10, 8 reps

Preacher Curls:
3 sets x 8 reps


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I have to admit to something. One of my buddies noticed I wasn’t going full range of motion on decline. I had him spot me on my final set and I was ok with that. I’ve learned that when I don’t have a spotter I tend to not perform reps with a full range of motion. There’s pros and cons here. Some bodybuilders don’t press all the way out because they feel it keeps tension on the muscle. I guess I do a little of both.

I’m actually feeling better pumps from going heavy these past couple of weeks. I probably need to eat more food throughout the day for recovery and growth. Thats a challenge; well, eating enough ‘good’ foods anyway. I didn’t have time for calves, abs or cardio today. I got to the gym late due to working extra the day before.

Train with Passion,



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