The list of the best exercises for the chest
The queue for the bench bench on Monday is known, but is it good to do bench presses and go shower?
We've chosen a few more exercises to add to your chest training plan.
There aren't many, but they are effective, and you don't need a variety worthy of the IKEA catalogue, just half a dozen exercises to effectively work your chest.
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Flat Bench Press and Dumbbell Press
The flat bench press is probably the most used exercise to work the chest, but the press with dumbbells is not far behind.
Both exercises allow you to work your chest very effectively, and move high loads.
Use at least one of these exercises in your chest training, do between 3 to 4 sets and between 6 to 10 repetitions, and your chest will grow.
Inclined Bench Press and Inclined Dumbbell Press
Despite being just a variation of the above exercises, it was difficult not to include them when it comes to the best exercises to train the chest.
These are small variations, in which you raise the bench by about 45º and work more significantly on the upper chest.
They are two favorites of many, and rightly so.
We have already passed the main ones, but a good auxiliary exercise for chest training is the openings.
It is no more effective than the bench press or press.
You will lift less load in this exercise.
But put this exercise in your training and you will see good results.
This movement is usually performed with dumbbells, but there is a very interesting variation with cables, which you can see below in the image.
There are only six exercises, but they are simple and effective exercises that will bring you good results.
In addition, five of these exercises are easy to perform for those who don't train in a gym, as they only require a barbell with weights or a pair of dumbbells.
Attention, although there are six good exercises, it does not mean that you need to perform all of them.
Finally, what exercises did you add to this list? Leave your opinion in the comments.