Four Lower Chest Workout To Try


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There are some pectoral muscles that define the shape and appearance of the chest, sometimes which is also referred to as pecs. Various arm movements, flexing and rotating of the arm and bringing it towards the middle of the body are controlled by those muscles. This muscle is kind of fan-shaped that spans from the chest bone and clavicle to the upper arm bone. To build these muscles everyone can do exercises that work the entire chest area. In this article, you will get to know about some lower chest workout that will help you to strengthen your muscles.

1.Incline Pushup

Pushups are multifunctional exercises that help your entire upper body and back. It is a lower chest workout.  First, stand in front of any bench and then place the hands apart on the edge of the bench. Then you can adopt a plank position upto your legs and back form a straight line. After that, gradually bend the arms to lower the chest towards the bench. Then slowly push the body away from the bench but maintain a slight bend in the elbow. Repeat this 8-12 times. 

2.Parallel-Bar-Dips

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First, you have to grip the bars by using your arms and then push the body up above them. Try to inhale slowly while bending the arms and continue lowering the body until there is a slight stretching in the chest. Then lift the body back up above the bars. Repeat this process as much as possible. It is a lower chest workout.  

3.Cable Crossover

First position the pulleys above the head. Then take one handle in each hand with your palms facing down. Then stand in the middle of the cable machine and take one foot forward. Lean forward. Do not let your elbows move behind the shoulders. After that, bring your hands together in front of the body. Then you can return to the standing position by gradually extending the arms. Repeat this process 8-12 times. It is a lower chest workout.

4.Bodyweight Hanging Dips

It is a lower chest workout. First hold yourself up between two bars, straight your arms but not locked up and feet off the floor. Then bend the elbows directed at a 90-degree angle and keep your core tight. After that, raise your body up to the straight position. In this way complete 2 to 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps by using a 3 second slow up and downtempo. 

Bottom Lines

A chest is one of the major parts of a seasoned bodybuilder. If you feel that you need to put more strength in your chest and you want to give a perfect shape to your chest or want to define it then this article provides you with all the ideas of a lower chest workout.

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