Chest Muscle - Inner Pectoral Development

Chest Muscle - Inner Pectoral Development

Inner pectoral development in general comes about by working the top range of pectoral movements - a Bench Press with a narrower grip, for example, with the bar pushed all the way up; or cable crossovers, letting the arms cross over each other, which really contracts the inner pecs.

Decline exercises work the lower pec region more intensely. These include decline presses, decline flys, decline cable movements and dips. We like dips because, by bending farther forward or holding yourself straighter, you can change the way the stress hits the muscle even right in the middle of the set.

If your pectorals just seem to disappear when you raise your arms over your head, we recommend doing a series of incline dumbbell presses at a variety of angles, starting out almost flat and going up until you are almost doing a shoulder press. This will produce the kind of total development that gives you impressive pecs even when your arms are raised or when doing a front double biceps shot.

There are exercises you might do for weak point training that you would never do in a normal workout if you weren't trying to overcome a problem. This is why we caution young bodybuilders against simply copying what they see a champion doing in the gym. He may be doing some sort of one-arm cable lateral motion at a special angle in order to deal with a weak point. If you assume that exercise is a standard one and include it in your regular routine, you might end up wasting a lot of time and energy and holding back your overall progress.

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