On the topic of coveted fitness goals, besides the six pack another major goal people seem to aim for is having a strong and large chest. Bearing large pectorals is a major focus for those with aesthetic goals while “how much do you bench?” is a question that has echoed in the fitness community for years. Where these two goals intersect is in how well the chest is trained. Follow along with Zay Tiggs through this Chest Workout for Insane Gains. Learn how to combine different techniques for building both strength AND muscle, all in one workout to maximize gains.
While it’s hard to go wrong on how to work out your pectorals (possible injuries to your shoulders, elbows, etc. aside) more often than not people tend to just go through the motions, selecting exercises to work out their chest without much thought. What today’s video aims to show is how to optimize your workout by tweaking one simple thing after each exercise for maximum added benefits. That one thing implemented is the addition of an isometric hold which-when applied at the end of each exercise- can greatly add to what you already managed to build towards. Holding a static position after each workout can prove beneficial as it prolongs time under tension, further tearing muscle fibers for greater gains when you recover!
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