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Monday, May 21, 2018

What is better to build chest mass, Dumbbells Or Barbells?

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Every guy man who lifts weights wants a great, well-defined chest.

For men, I think it’s pretty much ingrained in our genetic code to want to train our chest whenever possible.

It's an indication of manliness, swagger, sexual ability, and encourages capacity to do this in public whenever possible, Which, is constantly: out in the open at whatever point the event emerges


To be Sincere, I am no different.

All through my lifting years, I've placed much importance on my chest, and so it comes at no surprise that 97% of the folks I've guided during the years have prioritized the same.

We've been accustomed to think that barbell varieties are an ideal approach to build an impressive chest. Although, in spite of the fact that I'd be neglectful not to note that many guys with big bench press numbers do have enviable pecs, I'd note that there are significantly more guys with average (if not ridiculous, by powerlifting guidelines) bench press numbers who might make He-Man swoon with their chest improvement.

Having a 300 lb bench press – isn't a necessity for building respectable pecs.

Once more, to emphasize, this is not to downplay the bench press.

Raising some heavy weight off your chest, over and over again, is never an bad approach. In any case, if we take a look at the actual anatomy of the Pectoralis major muscle and it's function(s) we can note why, from a developmental standpoint, dumbbells are quite often a superior choice.


Pectoralis major


Actions:

1. Flexion of the Humerus.

2. Medial Rotation of the Humerus.

3. Adduction of the Humerus.

4. Cutting of Diamonds (when maximal pecification is achieved).

NOTE: We could isolate the Pectoralis major into two separate "areas." The sternal head, majorly in charge of humeral augmentation, and adduction, and the clavicular head which is mostly responsible for humeral flexion.

Barbell varieties confine things because they don't allow any humeral adduction. If pec improvement is the objective, dumbbell varieties are a better play since THEY ALLOW MORE ADDUCTION.

Customary, plain ol' DB Bench Presses are fine and will take care of everything. Notwithstanding, what sort of post would this be

Here are some of my (other) most loved dumbbell varieties that are (ideally) new to a significant number of you hopfully.

1. DB Press – Accentuated Eccentric

2. DB 1-Arm (Offset) Press

3. DB Alternating Press

4. DB Elevator Press

5. DB “Reverse Batwing” Press

6. DB Squeeze Press

7. DB Press w/ Intraset Iso Holds

8. DB Floor Flye – Hollow Position
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