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Chest Workout #3: The Best 6 Exercises To Build Your Upper Pecs

This is important for all people who want to build an awesome-looking chest, here are 6 exercises that can build your upper pecs and strengthen your weakness.

Workout Summary

Upper Chest

Strength

Intermediate, Pro

1

Cable, Dumbbell, Machines
Male, Female

Workout Description

See, most people who work on chest, end up getting a big lower chest because this last is just naturally wired to react better than the upper muscles.This is important for all people who want to build an awesome-looking chest, here are 6 exercises that can build your upper pecs and strengthen your weakness.

Workout Routine

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#1 – Smith Machine Incline Bench Press

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Smith Machine Incline Bench Press


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps

Lie back on an bench underneath the smith machine, and then change the place of the barbel to become at a perfect height to you and make your arms are almost fully extended and make sure that your upper chest is aligned with the barbell .

when you breath, come down slowly as far as possible until you feel the bar on your upper chest . and then return back the barbell into the initial position.

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#2 – Incline Dumbbell Press

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Incline Dumbbell Press


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps| 1min break

Lie back on an incline bench and lift the dumbbells one at a time and put it at shoulder width and then push the dumbbells up with your chest while you breathing and then slowly lowering the dumbbells to the initial position

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#3 – Leverage Incline Chest Press

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Leverage Incline Chest Press


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps | 1min break

After adjusting the seat to be perfect to your height and loading the appropriate weight onto the pins, as a initial position the handles should be near the top of the pectorals.

and then press the handles into ahead by extending through your elbow and after a brief pause return the weight just above the initial position and make sure that the you are not returning the weight to the stops until you finish your set

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#4 – Low Cable Crossover

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Low Cable Crossover


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps

As start , put the pulleys at the low position , and then choose the right resistance to be used and grasp a handle in each hand , move forward by one step, gaining tension in the pulleys.

and make sure that your palms facing forward and the hands below the waist, With a slight bend in your arms draw your hands upward and toward the midline of your body, and your both hands should come in front of your chest palms facing up. and then return your arms back to the start position

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#5 – Incline Cable Flye

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Incline Cable Flye


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps | 1min break

Put your Hands Out To The Sides, and Elbows Slightly Bent, place an incline bench at the middle between 2 cable stacks in a cable machine. with the cable rollers, set to the lowest placement, lie back on the bench and pull hold of the d-handles.

start the exercise with your hands directly out to your sides, at about shoulder altitude, and your elbows slightly bent. when your hands will be together over the chest, try to flex your upper pecs and hold to that position between 2 and 4 seconds.

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#6 – Bent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover

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Bent-Arm Dumbbell Pullover


3 Sets | 12-15 Reps | 1min break

Start off by taking a dumbbell with a weight that you can handle, standing up on a flat bench, Lye your shoulders flat down over the flat of the bench with your hips below. lift the dumbbell straight up over your chest and lower the dumbbell down behind your head, stretching out your upper pecs and hold it for 3 to 5 seconds and return the weight back to the starting placement.

Conclusion

in the end, if your upper chest is lagging, it would be mad to continue doing what you are doing and expect a different results. Follow these workout routine, and you’ll be on the good way to building an awesome, more complete chest ever!

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