I know you really want that physique and yet aesthetically pleasing, the best point to start from is by building chest muscles. Though building huge chest muscles uses generally similar techniques, some are best in achieving your goals faster. Well, if you need fast results, here is what you need to do.
First, let’s have a real picture of what is in your chest. Your chest has two main muscles, small underneath pectoralis muscles and large pectoralis major. The major and thick muscle attaches itself on three points; clavicle’s anterior surface, sternum and on cartilages attached to the ribs. The minor one originates from the exterior surfaces of your three ribs.
For fast results, this is how to build chest muscles
Keep in mind when training that your chest is divided into three parts; the upper, lower and the middle. These parts are best stimulated especially when you alter the angle of the exercise.
The upper part of your chest can be stimulated and energized by undertaking your exercises on inclined bench (Inclination angle of 30-50%). For upper chest improvement, use dumbbell bench press, inclined barbell and dumbbell flyers which is inclined.
The section which exists between the lower and upper chest which looks like a ridge should be fully stimulated when doing exercises on flat bench or surface. Apart from flat benches and barbell, you can do pressure-ups on a flat surface. This greatly improves the middle section of your chest.
The lower side works best on declined bench (30-50% declined). Both dumbbell and barbell should be declined into an appropriate angle.
Above all, rep ranges and free weights are the best. Though heavier weights are more effective in facilitating increase of chest muscle mass, beginners should begin with light weights.
Though many people ignore push ups, they can build both your shoulders and upper section of your chest. While facing the ground, use your hands to push your entire body upwards and downwards as many as you can. This will have positive effect on you deltoids and triceps. Change the angle and other variations such as raising your leg as you do push ups.
Bar dip is another best chest workout. While the parallel bar is in front, hold the two bars and apply force as you pull them down, and then try to raise them up slowly. At the beginning, the exercise appears too strenuous but you will adapt with time. Do these exercises carefully to avoid injuries and other side effects. Physiotherapists always advice individuals to engage in exercises when they in their form.