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Hardgainer Chest Workout
As a hardgainer wanting to add more muscle on your chest you first need to know some basic anatomy of the chest so that you can select movements to isolate these separate muscles attached to this important body-part. We will briefly go through the four chest muscles we all have in the chest.
The first is the upper chest region that runs along the collarbone, the second is the outer chest region curving towards the armpit, the third is the inner chest region attached to the sternum and the last is the bottom chest which is the muscle below the nipple.
If you are a hardgainer then you should always mix up your rep ranges when you train and not just stick to low reps with a heavy weight. It is also important to concentrate when you are training and not get distracted no matter what might be happening in the gym.
If you are finding it difficult to add muscle to your chest you need to firstly be able to isolate the four different muscles in your chest, select the appropriate movements and mix up your rep range. But the most important is to be completely focused on NOTHING else when you train except the isolation of the muscle you have selected.
Chest Workout For Hardgainers
The workout below is just an example of how your chest can be trained twice a week to make sure you get results even if you have never been successful at adding muscle on a consistent basis to your chest:
Incline Dumbbell Flyes for 2 sets of 8 to 10 reps with 60 seconds rest
Chest Version Dips for 3 sets of 15 reps with only 30 seconds rest
Dumbbell Bench Press for 6 sets of 6 reps with 2 minutes rest
The last set of your chest workout should be to push as much blood into your chest by doing 1 set of 25 reps doing Cable Flyes on a flat bench.
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