So you want to build big and powerful chest muscles? Huge large chest muscles (pecs) or chest muscles that carry respect and adoration? You can be the proud owner of a large and powerful chest.
Many people actually think they have 2 separate chest muscles, and there is not. The chest muscle or stomach you see on each side of your chest is in the form of a continuous muscle, although they can be called by different names, such as the head of the pectalis, the thumb and the collarbone, to distinguish the different parts of the same muscle.
All chest exercises work on your chest, but from different angles that pose a different stress on your chest. You have to use different exercises for your chest muscles to hit your peaks at different angles to stimulate massive muscle growth. Any different angle you use with any exercises for the chest muscle will reach different fibers in the chest muscles to effectively stimulate different areas of your breasts so that your whole chest will grow muscularly quickly and symmetrically giving you a broad and strong chest that threatens to tear your t-shirt.
To achieve the best results, build your breast muscles, use free weights, especially dumb bells instead of machines. Chest muscle training using breast machines should be avoided as it has many drawbacks as it will not only result in the desired results but can also cause injuries due to its narrow range of movements. Your chest muscles will also not grow fast because machine exercises do not involve synergetic muscles or muscles. As with any weight lifting workout, the right shape and lifting techniques are paramount.
Many people typically only use 1 or 2 exercises for the chest and almost invariably, this is the flat bench and flies. Well, to build big, well-cut breasts, it’s a fatal mistake because you do not hit the heater adequately from all angles so that you stimulate muscle growth throughout your chest muscles. All exercises for the chest muscles will work not only in the chest but also in the deltas, biceps and triceps to a lesser extent. So you need to focus, visualize and concentrate your strength on your chest. The mind and the connection between your chest muscles are vital to make your breasts work harder instead of using a triceps, delta or biceps to feed your chest training. They also work on the full range of movements and force tightly the chest muscles at each point of each movement. Always lower your weight slowly and deliberately fight gravity to provide greater resistance to the chest muscles and therefore to get more muscle fibers for more muscle growth.
Yet this is caution. You will need an observer or a personal trainer for safety reasons because you have to lift the weight for excellent muscle growth, especially for the development of the chest muscle. Your observer or personal trainer will be able to correct your mistakes and help with forced repetition to reach the deep tissues to maximize stimulation of muscle fibers.