Here is some masculine chest training guidance to develop the big, powerful, sexy looking chest you truly desire.
The dumbbell bench press and it's variations, incline dumbbell at different angles and decline press is a great exercise.
It hits your chest similar to barbell movements but gives you a little extra stretch and the ability to twist your wrists in toward your body.
Many trainers suggest adding some dumbbell benching to help you get enough chest volume. The movement ought to help your develop you chest to an even better level.
Getting the dumbbells into position without hurting yourself is quite a trick.
Once you get strong enough to handle big dumbbells, and it will not take that long, getting them into position is difficult. Relying on a spotter is not a good idea. You need to know how to do this critical part of the exercise yourself.
Here is some good guidance in this video.
Reverse the process to get them back to the ground
From Men's Health
From that article -
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Some more video guidance on proper masculine chest training with dumbbells to avoid injury.
When working your chest it is very easy to get carried away and lift more than your body can handle.
It's extremely satisfying to lift big weights with your chest. You can feel your chest getting pumped in the gym and you look better in the mirror.
The normal pattern of barbell benching first before moving on to the dumbbell movements seems best. The dumbbell movements are a finishing movement because your chest will usually get strong enough with the barbell.
Focus on staying tight, using good form and concentrating on what you are doing.
Be careful and listen to your body. Your chest will probably be fine, but your wrists, elbows, shoulders and lower back are all more susceptible to injury when hoisting heavy dumbbells around.
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