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Best Dumbbell Chest Routines

For bodybuilders the importance of the definition in their bodies is immense. Many bodybuilders have extreme difficulty developing their lower Pecs. There are several ways to help with this problem. The amount of time you spend on each section of the body is important to seeing results. The proper positioning of the exercise and its execution are also important to the yield of result.

Devising a proper routine for the chest is important in getting results. Making sure that the exercises are completed regularly is also vital. The best dumbbell chest routines are made up of a variety of positions.

The first is the flat bench dumbbell press. This exercise allows more reach then other exercises and works the front of the chest or the pectoral plates. These muscle stretches across the chestalso extend to the front of the shoulders. Working this area improves the strength and definition of this reign. Rotating between this exercise and the bench press with limited weights, 70-75lbs will give even better results when done properly.

Next is the incline press which works the bottom of the Pecs. The key in this exercise is not to work the shoulders too much. So laying on your back on a bench gives support and keeps you from arching it. The bench should be on a 40 degree incline. This exercise gives a larger range of motion. It also targets the deltoids and triceps reigns of the body. A benefit of this exercise is it gives great definition to the chest area and shapes the Pecs also working the triceps for definition.

The next is the cable cross-over exercise. This is a resistance exercise and it yields excellent results not just in the chest but also helps with GH release which promotes lean muscle gain. The Cross-Over gives strength to the pectoral reign and strengthens the triceps as well as the shoulders. It also benefits people with disabilities and is a great addition to training for the Special Olympics.

The Declined Dumbbell Press involves the Pectorals, and the anterior deltoids. This exercise strengthens the shoulders and the triceps as well. It is preformed on a pushup bench and may also require help with getting started. When doing reps it is important to keep the elbows bent as well as going lowering the weight further then 90 degrees to yield the best results.

In conclusion working the chest and developing muscle tone is achieved by a variety of exercises. The amount of reps you do and amount of rest time in between each exercise help to improve your result. Each rep should be done correctly focusing on form during the rep. Starting you should try to do 8-10 reps with a total of 3-5 sets.

Working with dumbbells can lead to perfect shape and definition if done properly. The exercising and resting of the muscles, as well as rotating exercises can aid in this goal. You should work out 4-5 times a week resting the muscles at least two days a week to help with effectiveness.

Submitted by:

Dane Fletcer

Dane writes exclusively for http://GetAnabolics.com, a leading provider of Bodybuilding Supplements and alternatives to Steroids. Please visit http://GetAnabolics.com for more info.


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