High volume chest workout

When we discuss volume in workouts it not about how much weight you move necessarily, But rather the amount of overall work you perform. In today’s workout we will show you an example of a large volume chest workout. Modify the workout as needed, however these style workouts are not easy so keep that in mind as you push.

Warm-up: 5-10 minutes or enough to increase core temperature.

Super-set #1:

Dumbbell Chest fly: 40lbs x 20 reps

-Straight into/minimal rest

Dumbbell Flat Chest press: 40 lbs. x 20 reps

-Rest 30 seconds and repeat

(I performed 5 supersets last two I used 50lbs. DB’s)-

Super-set #2:

Incline Dumbbell chest squeeze press: 50 lbs. x 20 reps.

Plyo incline push-ups: 12-15 reps. (stop when height of plyo is reduced)

-Rest and Repeat (I performed 4 sets)

Super-set #3

Incline Stability ball chest press: 12-15 reps

Standard ground push-ups: to failure (I did 15)

Reverse fly using therapy band (purple folded in half/doubled over)

-Rest and repeat (I did 3 sets)

 

Have fun and stay fit!

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