HowStuffWorks Responds: Exercises to Train at Home (II), the Breastplate

As we mentioned in the previous post, many are those who can not attend a gym to train because of the lack of time to carry out such activities. For this reason, and following with the series that we started earlier, we are going to reveal some simple exercises to do at home without having to dip into machines. This time we’re going to focus on a part that we all like to train, it’s the chest.

Middle part of the breastplate

On this occasion, as in the previous with the abdominal muscles, just need a mat, our body and something that serve to support hands on high and make it so tough to hold our weight in full. To begin we will perform the traditional chest in floor push-ups. This will place us face down on the mat with the body straight and the feet to the ground post tips. Hands place parallel to the chest and separate both from the trunk. In this position we will rise throughout the body by the action of the chest. It is important that we do not bend the back at any time and to maintain the straight body, since the part that will be the chest and arms to a lesser extent.

Upper part of the chest

With the previous fiscal year, we will work the middle of the chest. To have an impact on the top We will carry out the same exercise alone that add you a variation to concentrate all the tension in the part that we are interested in working. To do this correctly We will put your feet up supported on a resistant surface well can be a few books, a step on a staircase, an attic… In this way we will make pectoral push-ups while maintaining the same stance described earlier, but concentrating all the thrust of the exercise in the upper part of the chest. It is important that we carry out it slowly to concentrate the most on this area.

Bottom of the breastplate

For the lower part of the chest will serve us with same practice push-ups, only that this time variation that we are going to incorporate will be in the hands, place them high on the surface which previously put the feet. This time feet support them on the ground and hands held high, so that we can carry out the exercise in the same way as the previous times, only that concentrating on the lower part of the chest. As on previous occasions, we will make the descents and ascents in a slow and controlled manner.

Central part of the pectoral muscle

‘ At last we are going to propose the realization of pectoral openings with rubber bands. We should simply let us with a place in the back, at the height of the chest. We mustn’t paste with both hands on each side and make openings in traditional way. We can carry out of standing or sitting, always keeping your back straight and open cross arms starting from the back, at the height of the chest to close both arms in the center of the chest. It is important to maintain arms stretched and slightly bent at the elbows throughout the entire route. This exercise will help to concentrate all the thrust in the middle of the chest, which will be which will work.

In all the exercises we can start slowly in order to get to conduct four sets of ten reps each. If we cannot we will make that we are possible until you reach muscle failure, as little by little, by dint of practice, we will get more strength in this part and we can realize all the complete repetitions correctly.

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