When seeking to build an exceptional physique, a strong chest serves as a rock-solid centerpiece that demands full attention.
Given their prominence (from both front and side), key role in enhancing the V-Taper, and complementing the shoulder/trap area, full pecs are an essential component of a complete physique.
While adding thickness to accentuate the lower and outer pecs comes easy for most, it’s the inner and particularly inner-upper (just below mid-clavicle) parts that are much more difficult to flesh-out.
Given the importance of the inner pec region to complete chest development, it’s crucial that it’s given due respect.
An otherwise impressive physique may be rendered incomplete should the inner pecs fail to pop.
With the following workout which includes three inner pec variations, this all-too-common training dilemma can finally be put to rest.
|1. Incline Dumbbell Press||1||20|
|Incline Dumbbell Press||3||8-12|
|2a. Dumbbell Bench Press||3||8-12|
|2b. Dumbbell Crush Press||3||12-15|
|3. Incline Single Arm Chest Fly||3||12-15|
|4. Kneeling Incline Cross-Body Press||3||12-15|
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