The Superlative Chest & Back Workout with Dumbbells

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Why you should do chest and back workout?

Shape your body upper part, tone your back muscles, workout out your arms and shoulders with dumbbells, is very comfortable to do with these workouts. Here you find the superlative chest and back workout with dumbbells.

If you want to build up your upper body, you do not require varieties of equipment’s. Also, some people think that for daily workout routine they need a fancy membership and trainer but truly, all this is just your unusual thought that’s not important at all.

You need a pair of dumbbells for a chest and back workout that provide you with an extraordinary balanced body with a broader chest and toned back.

The Superlative Chest & Back Workout with Dumbbells

The Superlative Chest & Back Workout with Dumbbells

Some people don’t have time to go to the gym for regular exercises. Furthermore, an at-home workout routine is also too tuff to manage and challenging too.

But in this article, you can find the best chest and back workout that easily fit in your daily routine of Upper body routine.

Chest and back workout with dumbbells:

Let see some chest and back workout with dumbbells. Here we category it by Upper and Lower body exercises. So, if you just want to do some upper body exercise, you can focus more only on those exercises.

Upper Chest:

Upper chest exercises are those exercises that strengthen and work for pec, triceps and deltoid muscles. The Upper area of the body is the hardest area to build up.

  Exercise #1: Slight Incline Dumbbell Bench Press

  • Lie on the inclined bench, head is at elevated end, feet flat in the floor.
  • Grab the dumbbells palm facing the ceiling, straighten the arm in upward direction.
  • Now move the dumbbells in downward direction until they are closed to the chest. Elbow is at 45 angles to the core.
  • Wait for few seconds there and move the dumbbells back again and repeat this cycle

  Exercise #2: Incline Fly-Press

  • Lie on the inclined bench, the head is at the elevated end, feet flat in the floor.
  • Grab the dumbbells palm facing the ceiling, straighten the arm in an upward direction. Same as in the above exercise.
  • Now move the dumbbells in a downward direction towards the outside directions while bending your arms until they are closed to the chest. Elbow is at 90 angles to the core by compressing your shoulder blades.
  • Wait for few seconds there and reverse the dumbbells back and repeat this cycle again and again.

 

Lower Chest:

  Exercise #1: Feet-Up Slight Decline Dumbbell Bench Press

  • Elevate on end your bench with the help of two barbell plates. Lie on this bench with end on the elevated surface.
  • Grab dumbbells on your hands with palm facing upward direction. Move them straight at arm distance away from the chest. While put feet on the bench in knee bend posture.
  • Move your arms downward by lower your dumbbells closed to the chest.
  • Pause for few seconds. Now again at mean position.

 

  Exercise #2: 45-Degree Dumbbell Floor Press

  • Sit on the floor with dumbbells and slowly bend your knees and lie yourself down to the floor.
  • Tightly hold the dumbbells and move upward at arm’s length, make sure at straight point, dumbbell faces touch each other faces.
  • Like 10 o’clock from right and 2 o’clock from left, it’s the mean position and thumb side of the dumbbells connect each other at that position.
  • Slowly move dumbbells weight downwards. At this position dumbbells are at side of the chest. After a little pause, Move the dumbbells again at mean position.

 

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