The exercises to train the pectoral muscles

The exercises to train the pectoral muscles

From Waqas Ahmad

Weights or resistance bands, there are many exercises that serve to tone the pectorals uniformly

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Sanihelp.it - Varying the exercises to have strong pectorals in all their parts is fundamental in order not to create a muscle stall phase and not to get bored. It is effective to use different techniques and perform only two or four exercises of the same muscle group per day. The pectoral muscles are not made up of a single muscle but of several muscles. The thing to do is get now them all working to make the whole group of muscles evenly strengthen.

There are some exercises, such as resistance bands, that you can safely use at home when you can't go to the gym. They represent an inexpensive alternative to weights and machinery. They exist in various resistance levels and are suitable for everyone. The push-ups and tractions also serve to tone the pectoral muscles.

Not only do weights and bodyweight exercises exist to strengthen the chest muscles, there are some specific sports you can do: rowing, rugby, American football, baseball, swimming, rock climbing, and volleyball.

But let's go back to do-it-yourself workouts. You can try the fly for the bibs. They are classic exercises and also the best ones for the bibs. Here's how to do it: you have to lie on your back with the dumbbell in both hands. Then extend your arms sideways, keeping your palms facing up. Then join your hands slowly over your chest, leaving your arms straight. Another recommended exercise is that of bench lifting and again: lifting on an inclined bench with dumbbells. Even the tractions are used to strengthen the chest, and not only: the arms, shoulders, back and abs.

Training must always be combined with a balanced diet to lose body fat and thus facilitate exercises and naturally strengthen the pectoral muscles, making them well defined. It is important to follow an ad hoc, a balanced training program that does not neglect other parts of the body. The aim must be to obtain a strengthened body but in a uniform way, without weighing down and stressing some areas.

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