Sunday, 2 February 2014

How to build a big chest for beginners?

Simple chest routine for gains in size and endurance strength. 
Big chest. Big gains!
Countless times i have been in the gym or changing room and another guy has come up to me "bro, how do i get a chest like yours?". A slightly weird question to ask a semi naked man, but we all have thought it. Looked at a guy in the gym or on youtube and thought damn that guys chest should be mine. I still do it myself; Helmut Strebl trains in my gym his chest puts mine to shame!

we are all searching for that perfection; sometimes we see elements of our dream body in other guys body parts... there's no shame in want to improve yourself and being inspired by other people's hardwork/dedication.

So, here is some of the chest workouts i do and recommend. This should build a good foundation for you to do more advanced chest routines.


Dips: 3x15 reps (add weight if this is to easy 5-10kg)


Flat bench: 4x10


Incline dumbbell press: 4x6/6 - see link on how to do it





Cable cross over or peck deck: 3x8, 3x15



Press ups: 5x20 45 seconds rest 


Dips: 1x rep until failure 


Press ups: 1 x rep until failure

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Now my routine is chest and back in the same session. Keep following my blog for the post on how to do that session.
Good luck and comment below how you get on with this Tip...

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Antoine Allen



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3 comments:

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  2. Thanks for the step by step with a photo. .it makes easier to demonstrate it! Good job ;)

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