High cable crossover. An isolation push exercise. Muscles worked: Lower Pectoralis Major, Upper Pectoralis Major, Pectoralis Minor, Rhomboids, Levator Scapulae, Anterior Deltoid, and Latissimus Dorsi.

High cable crossover. An isolation push exercise. Muscles worked: Lower Pectoralis Major, Upper Pectoralis Major, Pectoralis Minor, Rhomboids, Levator Scapulae, Anterior Deltoid, and Latissimus Dorsi.

Looking to build up those pecs? This chest HIIT workout tackles the upper, middle, and lower areas of your chest giving you the ultimate body weight chest workout

Looking to build up those pecs? This chest HIIT workout tackles the upper, middle, and lower areas of your chest giving you the ultimate body weight chest workout

Single-arm Cable Pec Crossover [Lower Pecs, i.e., activation of the abdominal head of the pec major] Set up cable station in high position; grab the cable handle with an underhand grip; initiate the movement by letting your shoulder roll back and down. Pull down and across, focusing on bringing your elbow down and across your chest to the attachment point at the upper abs.

Single-arm Cable Pec Crossover [Lower Pecs, i.e., activation of the abdominal head of the pec major] Set up cable station in high position; grab the cable handle with an underhand grip; initiate the movement by letting your shoulder roll back and down. Pull down and across, focusing on bringing your elbow down and across your chest to the attachment point at the upper abs.

Weight plate front raise. An isolation and push exercise. Target muscle: Anterior Deltoid. Synergistic muscles: Lateral Deltoid, Clavicular Pectoralis Major, Serratus Anterior, Middle Trapezius, and Lower Trapezius.

Weight plate front raise. An isolation and push exercise. Target muscle: Anterior Deltoid. Synergistic muscles: Lateral Deltoid, Clavicular Pectoralis Major, Serratus Anterior, Middle Trapezius, and Lower Trapezius.

Chest Workout:SURVIVAL - UPPER BODY WORKOUT IS HARDER ON THE HEART THAN LOWER BODY...hence the tendency of most people, especially women, to do a poor job of upper  body work!

Chest Workout:SURVIVAL - UPPER BODY WORKOUT IS HARDER ON THE HEART THAN LOWER BODY...hence the tendency of most people, especially women, to do a poor job of upper body work!

Dumbbell armpit row. A compound pull exercise. Muscles worked: Lateral deltoid, Posterior Deltoid, Supraspinatus, Brachialis, Brachioradialis, Biceps Brachii, Middle and Lower Trapezii, Serratus Anterior, Infraspinatus, and Teres Minor. Also known as the dumbbell raise.

Dumbbell armpit row. A compound pull exercise. Muscles worked: Lateral deltoid, Posterior Deltoid, Supraspinatus, Brachialis, Brachioradialis, Biceps Brachii, Middle and Lower Trapezii, Serratus Anterior, Infraspinatus, and Teres Minor. Also known as the dumbbell raise.

See more here ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l41ICPCkjI Tags: diets to lose fat fast - Upper & Lower Back/Shoulders: my custom printable workout by @WorkoutLabs #workoutlabs #customworkout

See more here ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l41ICPCkjI Tags: diets to lose fat fast - Upper & Lower Back/Shoulders: my custom printable workout by @WorkoutLabs #workoutlabs #customworkout

While there's not many people who genuinely look forward to training their legs, chest day has an altogether different reputation. The key to a well-developed chest is combining a compound lift, specifically the bench press, with isolation movements like the dumbbell fly, and to attack the chest...

While there's not many people who genuinely look forward to training their legs, chest day has an altogether different reputation. The key to a well-developed chest is combining a compound lift, specifically the bench press, with isolation movements like the dumbbell fly, and to attack the chest...

A Simple Lower Chest Workout... shred those moobs!

A Simple Lower Chest Workout... shred those moobs!

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