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MUSCLE GROUP: CHEST
  • Lopsided Single Dumbbell Push-ups

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    A more intense version of the classic push-up, this exercise focuses more weight on the lower side of your chest.

  • Plyometric Clap Push-ups

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    Plyometric clap push-ups are a great exercise for training power through your upper body. Enjoy that hang time in the air—you'll earn it.

  • Stability Ball Dumbbell Presses

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    Balance is everything in this variation of the classic dumbbell press. Using the stability ball as your "bench" forces you to maintain your balance and keep your core muscles engaged, which is turn isolates your pectoral muscles.

  • Hands on Stability Ball Push-up to Feet on Stability Ball Push-up

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    A great variation on the classic push-up that will increase the amount of weight you can lift in your traditional chest exercises.

  • Stability Ball Push-ups and Knee Tucks

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    The stability ball push-up and knee tucks is a two-in-one workout that focuses on your chest and abs while simultaneously improving overall core muscle strength, balance, and concentration.

  • Stability Ball Push-ups

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    Here's a tough variation on the classic push-up that will increase the amount of weight you can lift in your traditional chest exercises.

  • Side-to-Side POP Push-ups Across Reebok Step

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    Imbalance and power add a new challenge in this exercise, in which you do push-ups with one hand on a Reebok step and one hand on the floor, then push off explosively so that your hands are briefly in the air in between push-ups.

  • Tube Press

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    Want to reach the hard-to-train center valley of your chest? You've found your exercise.

  • Tube Flys

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    Tube flys provide maximum and continuous resistance on your chest as you work to push out in a fly and then resist the pull of the tubes on the return.

  • Standing Power Cable Chest Press with Alternate Front Lunge

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    Add difficulty to the standard cable chest press by doing it with power out of a forward lunge.

  • Standing Cable Chest Flys

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    Chest flys develop the pectoral muscles for a broad, strong chest. Try it in addition to the bench press.

  • Single-Arm Pec Deck

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    This variation of the standard pec deck asks you to do the exercise one arm at a time—helping you further isolate and focus on the center valley of your chest.

  • Medicine Ball Squat Thrust with Wall Rebound

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    This torso-busting exercise unpacks the squat thrust into a new, more challenging form by using a medicine ball as both a weight and a pivot.

  • Medicine Ball Chest Passes (2 to 1)

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    The medicine ball chest pass allows for dynamic chest work, as you push the ball away in a toss and control its momentum on the catching phase.

  • Incline Barbell Press

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    The incline variation of the classic barbell chest press targets the upper area of the pectoral muscles.

  • Flat Bench Barbell Press

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    There's a reason that the bench press is the weightlifting gold standard. It's not just the lift from your chest—you need to engage your abs and back to get through these safely.

  • Gravitron Dips (Chest Focused)

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    These pec-focused Gravitron dips work the pec muscles more than the triceps.

  • Feet on Stability Ball Push-up to Pike-up

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    Wobble on a stability ball for a push-up to pike-up until you find your balance—and get a seriously strong core.

  • Close-Grip Push-ups

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    The close-grip variation of the standard push-up puts the hands closer together, which makes the triceps work harder and also challenges the front deltoids.

  • One-Arm-Hold Push-ups

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    For this variation on the standard push-up, you'll do three-second holds on alternating arms in between each push-up.

  • Incline Push-ups

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    Incline push-ups up the ante on the standard method by elevating your feet. The incline adds weight, and thus intensity, at the bottom of your movement.

  • Flat Bench Push-ups

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    Superset flat bench push-ups with other chest exercises like dumbbell flys to fatigue every inch of your chest.

  • Flat Bench Dumbbell Power Press Drop Set

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    Combine the difficulty of a drop set with the challenge of adding speed and power to each dumbbell press for a killer chest workout.

  • POP Push-ups

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    To do POP push-ups, you'll blast up out of a deep push-up with explosive power, such that your hands come into the air for a moment.

  • Dumbbell Alternating Chest Flys

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    The one-armed alternating variation of the classic dumbbell chest fly increases the difficulty of the exercise and isolates each side of your chest individually.

  • Hands on Stability Ball Push-ups with Feet on Flat Bench

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    Try this great stability ball variation on the old favorite push-up to help increase the amount of weight you can lift in your traditional chest exercises.

  • Flat Bench Dumbbell Flys

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    The classic dumbbell fly works your chest and your inner chest muscles in particular. It's an essential part of any chest-building regimen.

  • Dumbbell fly to press

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    This exercise combines the benefits of a traditional dumbbell press with the pec-stretching benefits of the fly.

  • Dumbbell Chest Press Incline Reduction (Incline to Flat to Decline)

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    These monster sets of chest presses will work your pecs from top to bottom, and then bottom to top, with incline, flat, and decline dumbbell presses.

  • Incline Dumbbell Flys

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    The incline dumbbell fly works your upper and inner chest muscles in particular.

  • Push-ups: Breakdance

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    This exercise channels the breakdancer's combination of strength, agility, and balance. You'll take a standard push-up into a twist-out breakdance motion,

  • Push-ups

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    Good trainers love push-ups because they work the entire chest and triceps while also training coordination and stamina.

  • Alternating T Push-ups

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    The T push-up variation offers all of the benefits of the standard push-up, plus the added benefit of strengthening the shoulder's rotator cuff muscles.

  • One-Arm Medicine Ball Push-ups

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    Push-ups with one hand on a medicine ball work your chest and shoulder muscles especially hard on the lowered side.

  • Plank Hop Ups and Down from Medicine Ball

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    With a medicine ball under your chest in push-up position, blast off the floor with both hands and land with them on the ball.

  • Alternate Lockout Push-ups on Dumbbells or Medicine Balls

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    Doing push-ups while balanced on a couple of dumbbells or medicine balls seem too easy for you? Try adding a lockout at the top of each push-ups. Now that's a challenge.

  • Twisting Dumbbell Incline Chest Presses

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    These incline chest presses with a twist work the muscles of your chest and upper back.

  • Dual Cable Horizontal Chest Press with Staggered Stance

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    A staggered stance makes your core the base for this chest press, which uses two single cables to force you to even out the two sides of your chest.

  • Wide Push-ups

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    Widen your hand placement to redirect the push-up's focusing to your lats, while still working your core and chest.