Tag Archives: chest

Alternatives To The Bench Press

| May 7, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

The bench press is a classic, but sometimes you may be in a position when you just can’t do it for whatever reason. Don’t worry. There are plenty of bad girls waiting to take her place. Push-ups Push-ups can be a great bench press alternative. The exercise is fairly simple and can be done at […]

Getting Your First Dip

| April 28, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

The dip is a classic upper body exercise that works the chest, triceps and shoulders. It’s a really good pectoral movement because the muscle gets a nice stretch at the bottom. However, many untrained people may fail to do a single repetition. This tutorial will help you get your first dip. 1.Lose weight During dips […]

Push-up Handles – What Are The Benefits?

| April 25, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

The push-up handle is one of the very few products in the fitness industry that don’t actually suck. This is quite rare since most of the training equipment is useless garbage backed by whore marketing. The main benefits of the push-up handles are: 1.Longer range of motion (ROM) When you perform push-ups on the floor, […]

Activate The Chest When You Bench Press

| April 3, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

In this post, I will present you a couple of ways to increase the involvement of the chest muscles in the bench press. 1. Lower the weight Your ego may hate it, but learning proper form requires a reduction of the load. You can’t make effective changes to your technique with heavy weights. The body […]