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    Default Chest Exercises for Lower Chest/Inner-Lower Chest??

    Do you guys have any suggestions for building lower chest, or if possible, inner lower chest? thanks!
    Goal: Currently bulking
    Start: 150lbs / 20.1% BF
    Current: 150lbs / ~12%BF

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    Sticking to your compound movements will be the best thing you could do to improve your overall chest size.

    This will mean including a few key movements such as:

    - Flat Presses ( Barbell or Dumbells )
    - Incline Presses ( Barbell or Dumbells )
    - Wide Grip Dips ( Weighted when possible )

    Isolation movements such as flyes and cross-overs can be included with chest work, however the above compound exercises will really go in lengths to building the chest more than anything.

    Can you post up your current chest work?
    Consistency is the key

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    dips are really great !!
    kinda upper body squat, i think you should def include them into your routine !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrutiny View Post
    Sticking to your compound movements will be the best thing you could do to improve your overall chest size.

    This will mean including a few key movements such as:

    - Flat Presses ( Barbell or Dumbells )
    - Incline Presses ( Barbell or Dumbells )
    - Wide Grip Dips ( Weighted when possible )

    Isolation movements such as flyes and cross-overs can be included with chest work, however the above compound exercises will really go in lengths to building the chest more than anything.

    Can you post up your current chest work?
    Here is my current workout:

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/wor...t-workout.html
    Goal: Currently bulking
    Start: 150lbs / 20.1% BF
    Current: 150lbs / ~12%BF

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    The chest work in that routine looks pretty good.

    I would however suggest adding wide grip dips. Wide grip dips are an extremely powerful chest builder.
    Consistency is the key

 

 

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