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While on the topic of chests and pectorals. I seem to have an upper pec underdevelopment. Somehow I have a deepset breastbone which is why my upper pecs aren’t doing much growing and needs a lot of catching up with the rest of my chest muscles. Whether it’s genes or I may have some injury in the past which I have no recollection. I don’t go to a gym though. I workout at home. I only have dumbelss. Any advice, Peter?
Well you can focus on exercises that work that muscle more e.g. incline dumbbell bench press, incline flys etc.
Sounds Great. I need to get an inclined bench or workout something with what I have. Thanks Peter.
peter i want to ask you whats the difference between resistance tube and lifting weights? can i build chest muscles with only resistance tube?thanks
It is the same thing really. It is basically something that provide resistance. Sure you can. Just make sure you make the band really tight so you chest exercises are really hard to do. I have a few really good home chest workouts on the site, just do a search for Chest Workout.
how are you peter?this question is really important to me , some say weight lifting affects on growing so you will get shorter,is that true?thanks
This question has been answered many times on the site. Just search for it 🙂
can you give a link or some? i cant find the answer.:)
The answer is no. So you can continue to do some weight training but focus on body weight training and not heavy lifting.
which is better, increasing reps in exercise or increasing weight in bar ???
It depends what your goal is. One is not better then the other, one just do one thing and the other another thing. For best overall results a good mix is what you want. So some heavy sets and some higher rep sets.
Thank u peter
petter i been using the same technique for shoulders biceps, triceps and chest and its really effective. thanks petter.
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