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Heavy Chest Workout: Go Heavy or Go Home

Posted on October 4, 2013 by Nathan Robinson There have been 1 comment(s)

Are you are looking for a heavy chest workout that will give you a champion upper body?

If you are looking for a way to increase your chest muscle then you need to eat big and lift big! This heavy chest workout has been put together to test your strength and increase your size.  Give it a try next time you are in the gym.

Click HERE to see the workout on the Bodybuilding Warehouse Youtube channel

 

Go heavy or go home!!

 

heavy chest workout

Incline DB press.

set 1) 20-30 reps warm up using 20kg DB
set 2) 15-20 reps using 30kg DB
set 3) 12-15 reps using 40kg DB
set 4) 10 reps using 50kg DB with possible 2-3 forced reps
set 5) 6-8 reps using 60kg DB with possible 2-3 forced reps

Incline DB flys - FST7 style
7 sets of 12 reps using 25kg DB with 30 seconds rest between sets

Hammer strength machine (plate loaded) chest press - triple drop set
set 1) 100kg for 15 reps
set 2) drop to 80kg for 10 reps
set 3) drop to 60kg for 10 reps
...then repeat again!!

 

4 sets cable crossovers superset with bodyweight press ups, elbows narrow and tucked in to sides.

 

Power rack push presses using plates and chains.
4 sets 80kg with 20kg chains to  absolute failure!!

 

BEWARE...this workout is not for the faint of heart!

 

Training Support!

If you are going to attempt a heavy session like this then I would use Warrior RAGE pre workout before hitting sessions like this and i also use Bodybuilding Warehouse Performance diet whey post workout.

By Nathan Robinson


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1 Response to Heavy Chest Workout: Go Heavy or Go Home

  • I would love to try this but im a member of Pure Gym and there heaviest DB is 36kg which is crap. Could this be done with the barbelliinstead?

    Posted on October 5, 2013 at 4:13 pm

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