Top 6 Chest Exercises for Men

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There are 6 great exercises for men that features different equipment.

1. Flat Barbell Bench Press 

1. Grasp a barbell with an overhand grip that’s just wider than shoulder-width, and hold it above your sternum with arms completely straight.

2. Lower the bar straight down, pause, then press the bar in a straight line back up to the starting position.

3. Keep your elbows tucked in, so that your upper arms from a 45-degree angle with your body in the down position. This reduces stress on your shoulder joints.

2. Incline Barbell Bench Press

a. Set an adjustable bench to its lowest incline, about 15 to 30 degrees.

Lie faceup on the bench and grab the barbell with an overhand grip that’s slightly beyond shoulder width.

b. Lower the bar to your upper chest.

Pause, and then push the bar back to the starting position.

3. Decline Barbell Bench Press

a. Lie faceup on the bench and grab the barbell with an overhand grip that’s slightly beyond shoulder width. Hold the bar above your chest with your arms straight.

b. Lower the bar to your lower chest.

Pause, and then push the bar back to the starting position.

4. Push ups

a. Get down on all fours and place your hands on the floor so that they’re slightly wider than and in line with your shoulders.

Brace your abdominals as if you were about to be punched in the gut-and hold them that way for the duration of this exercise.

b. Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor.

c. Pause, and then push yourself back to the starting position as quickly as possible.

Once your arms are straight again, push your upper back toward the ceiling. The movement is very slight; it’s hard to see, but you’ll feel the difference.

Pause for a count of one, then do another pushup and repeat.

5. Dumbbell Fly

a. Grab a pair of dumbbells and lie faceup on a flat bench.

Hold the dumbbells over your chest with your elbows slightly bent and your palms facing out.

b. Without changing the bend in your elbows, slowly lower the dumbbells down and slightly back until your upper arms are parallel to the floor.

Pause, then lift the dumbbells back to the starting position.

6. Dumbbell Incline bench press

Grab a pair of dumbbells and lie on your back on a flat bench, holding the dumbbells over your chest so that they’re nearly touching.

Your palms should be facing out, but turned slightly inward.

Before you begin, pull your shoulder blades down and together, and hold them as tight as you can throughout the entire exercise.

Without changing the angle of your hands, lower the dumbbells to the sides of your chest.

Pause, then press the weights back up to the starting position as quickly as you can.

Straighten your arms completely at the top of each repetition.

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