5 Best Exercises For Lower Chest Muscle Mass Enhancers


If someone asks you who has the best chest in the bodybuilding world?  So your answer would probably be Arnold Schwarzenegger. But do you have any idea how many body building rules Arnold Schwarzenegger must have followed to make body muscles with Bigger Chest, Heavy Chest, Muscular Chest. The three parts of his chest i.e. upper, middle and lower chest were in full shape. But did you notice what exercises he would have done for such a shaped chest. Today in this article I will tell you 5 best exercises for lower chest for muscle mass.

5 Best Exercises For Lower Chest

Along with doing chest exercises for hours, he also used to do other exercises, which gave shape to his lower chest.

Nowadays some people also exercise to increase chest muscle mass and chest size. But many times they do not get results and the size of the chest does not increase after the workout.

Therefore, along with increasing the lean muscle mass of the chest, they also follow some easy tips to increase lean mass of chest. But still his lower chest is not able to come in shape.

If there is something similar with you that even after the workout, the lower chest is not coming in shape, then we will tell you some effective 5 best exercises for lower chest muscle mass. By doing these exercises, you can bring the chest in shape.


5 Best Exercises For Lower Chest Muscle Mass

1. Decline Barbell Bench PressDecline Barbell Bench Press For Lower Chest

Decline barbell press is the best exercise to get the lower chest in shape. You can also do this workout.

To do the Decline Barbell Press exercise, the angle of the bench should be 15-20 degrees downwards. It is done by lying on it.

While doing this, your position is similar to the barbell bench press. While doing this, keep in mind that elbows do not go out too much. Rather stay close to the body.

Also, do not use more weight, otherwise you will not be able to contract properly. Bring the barbell up to an inch closer to the chest. Do 4 sets of 15, 12, 10, 8 reps and increase the weight slightly in each set.

 

2. Dumbbell Pull-Over Dumbbell Pullover For Lower Chest

Dumbbell pull-overs break the fibers of your chest well. This gives a good shape to the lower chest.

To do this you need dumbbells and a bench. This exercise is done lying on the bench from the side.

While doing this, keep in mind that while taking the dumbbells back, keep full range of motion. Also see that while doing this exercise, when you sit crossed on the bench, then the lower back should not be too low, otherwise tension will be created in the lower back. Do 4 sets of 15, 12, 10, 8 reps and increase the weight slightly in each set.

 

3.Decline Dumbbell Fly

The decline dumbbell fly is an isolation exercise for the chest. While doing this exercise, you take the hands out in the air, then due to gravity, your hands go down, due to which the lower chest is well stretched and the muscle fiber breaks.

Doing this exercise is also very beneficial. Do 3 sets of 15, 10, 12, 10 reps and increase the weight slightly in each set.

 

4.Chest Dipschest dips

By doing this exercise, the chest gets a good shape. The primary muscle of this exercise is the (pectorals minor) i.e. inner chest. Also, this exercise works on shoulders, back, triceps and muscles.

To do this exercise, an Assisted Dip Machine or two parallel bars, which are stable, are required.

Start this exercise under the supervision of an expert, otherwise there may be a shoulder injury.


5.Cable Crossover Or Cable Fly

A machine is essential for performing the cable fly/crossover exercise. This machine is called Cable Pulley Machine. In which the cable and handle are attached on both sides.

The cable fly/crossover exercise can be done with multiple grips. But for the lower chest, to do this, the handle has to be made from top to bottom, so that the muscles are stretched. While doing this exercise, definitely ask the trainer for the correct position.

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