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On his own website, best-selling fitness author, natural bodybuilder and success coach, Sean Nalewanyj, explains how you don't need to hit the chest from 6-8 different training exercises. In fact, he says you can do it in as little as 3-4!
I'm really fascinated by this and wonder if this is the minimum number of exercises to see minimum results, or if doing more than 4 actually doesn't yield any more gains.
You can read more about the ins and outs of his top three pec workouts here, or keep reading to get his drive-thru version:
1. Flat Or Decline Dumbbell Press
Perform 3-4 sets of flat or decline dumbbell presses for 5 to 7 reps per set.
2. 30 Degree Incline Dumbbell Press
Perform 3-4 sets of incline dumbbell presses for 5 to 7 reps per set.
3. Cable Flye (High-To-Low Angle)
Perform 3-4 sets of cable flyes at a high to low angle for 8 to 10 reps.
What do you all think of this? It's so basic. But does bodybuilding really have to be complicated?
I don't think bodybuilding has to be very complicated (at least on the non-competing level lol). I like these chest exercises
this is like a 30 minute lunch break workout
I like these exercises