This is a chest workout you can do at home. You’ll need a set of dumbbells – ideally adjustable dumbbells so you can be sure you are always stressing your pectorals sufficiently with the correct weights. Don’t confuse a home-based chest workout with an easy chest workout. This one will push you.
Perform your reps with a full range of motion, and consciously squeeze the pecs during each rep as you move your weight or push your body up. Breathe in during the eccentric or downward phase of the exercise, then breathe out as you contract the pecs.
Supersets should be performed in the following way:
Perform the first exercise, then the second right after with no break in between. Then take 60 seconds break and repeat the same thing for all specified sets.
All exercises should be completed with proper technique maintaining good posture
throughout. Use technique and posture failure as an indicator as to how challenging
you find the resistance or exercise position. Optimize the resistance and exercise
type according to your own ability.
It is important to incorporate exercises that cover all major muscle groups into
your main workout to ensure a balanced program. Focusing too much on one muscle
group can cause muscular imbalances.
Taking these guidelines into consideration means that you will get far more from
your workouts, advance quicker and help reduce the risk of exercise related injury.
Always seek professional advice from a qualified fitness instructor before attempting
any exercise or workout.