Always dreamed of a big musculine chest? Chest is one of the most important parts in bodybuilding for men. The scientific name for the muscles located in this area of your upper body is pectoral muscles.
There is no discussion on whether that bigger chest looks impressive to everyone. So let’s do it!
Most importantly, you don’t want to grow your muscles by doing one and the same exercise every time. First of all, it is not good for your muscles. Secondly, it does not give the overall good result. To obtain the evenly shaped pectoral muscles and train correctly, you need to look at different exercises and positions.
A broader and more detailed approach will provide you with better and faster results.
Here is a list of all the muscles in your chest that combine together to form a beautiful round V-shape, if properly trained.
1. Pectoralis Major: The pectoralis major makes up most of your chest muscle mass. It is large and fan shaped, and is composed of a sternal head and a clavicular head.
2. Pectoralis Minor: The pectoralis minor lies underneath the pectoralis major. Its job is to help pull the shoulder forward and down.
3. Serratus Anterior: Located at the side of the chest wall, you'll notice the serratus anterior in action when you lift weights overhead.
Check out this workout without equipment for a quick start. These exercises you can perform at home or any place without any equipment. Regular exercise is the key to success!
Here is one more video from a guru Mark Thurston of a gym workout with dumbbells.
Here is the video about training the three zones that we have talked about.
We hope you have found our review helpful and got to learn more about chest muscle physiology. You can train at home as well as in the gym, if you know what’s important. Good luck!
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