Thread: Chest Workout
11-11-2002, 06:44 AM #1
JUST WANTED SOME OPINIONS ON MY CHEST WORK OUT. I AM GOING TO BE DOING 3 EXERSISES FOR CHEST AND THEY ARE
1) FLAT BENCH
2) FLYES/PEC DECK
3) INCLINE DUMBBELLS
MY REPS WILL BE 10,8,6 GOING UP IN WEIGHT EACH TIME.
DO YOU GUYS THINK THAT IS OK OR SHOULD I DO MORE OR DIFFERENT EXERSISES?
11-11-2002, 09:39 AM #2
Sounds like a good workout. I personally do 12,12,failure but thats just my thing. You have a good plan for growth.
Are you basically doing the same for the rest of your body? How often are you training each group?
Hows your diet and stats look?
11-11-2002, 09:48 AM #3
If i were u, every now and then i would do that workout in reverse order, and that would also work real well, also u might want to try every now and then switching your fly/pec deck with cable crossovers, other then that it looks alright
11-11-2002, 01:18 PM #4
THANKS AGAIN GUYS,
I APPRECIATE YOUR INPUT AND YEAH I THINK IM GONNA DO WHAT YOU GUYS SAY AND SWITCH IT UP FROM WEEK TO WEEK....AND I ASSUME I SHOULD BE DOING THE SAME FOR ALL BODY PARTS AS WELL.
ALSO HOW MUCH CARDIO DO YOU GUYS THINK IS SUFFICENT FOR SOMEBODY LIKE ME HOW IS LOOKING TO DROP A FEW... I WAS THINKING OF DOING CARDIO FOR LIKE 30 MIN 4 TO 5 TIMES A WEEK.
THANKS AGAIN ALL.....I THINK THIS FORUM IS GREAT AND IT'S COOL THAT EVERYONE HERE IS SO WILLING TO HELP ONE ANOTHER
11-11-2002, 02:19 PM #5
If u want to drop weight, diet is just as important as cardio, i wouldn't do cardio until u're "stuck", make sure that after your lift workouts that even though u're dieting still take in just as much protein if not more and have a good carb meal after your workout. Also when u're trying to drop weight, glutamine can be really helpful, its main thing is to prevent muscle loss but it does a whole shit load of other things if u want to read about it here http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/inmag6.htm
Oh and as a general rule, u don't really want to drop more then 1% of your weight per week, or else that means u're losing fat and muscle.
11-11-2002, 02:27 PM #6
Hey bro....PM Warrior. He had an excellent post a week or so ago about chest development and routines...so go to his profile and see if you can look at his posts. I think it was titled Flat Benching, necessay or not? Good luck...
11-12-2002, 03:06 PM #7
some adivce would be to thrash your chest by tricking your muscles I go from doing heavy bench 315x5 to light 135x30 or vice versa
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