If you want thicker pectoral muscles and you feel like you’ve hit a plateau when it comes to chest training, you need to start making some changes in your daily workouts. You can gain more strenght and thickness in this area by using the next tips&tricks!
1. Always start with the incline bench press. This is the best way to bring your upper pecs out and improve `em. It may be a little hard in the beginning, but you’ll force the fibres to lift more and this will trigger growth and strenght. It’s very important to do this in the beginning of your workout. Try to do a few more reps and don’t be afraid to use a slightly more challenging weight. Don’t forget that harder work equates to more muscle growth.
2. Forget about the fixed bench. You’ll get better overall upper chest development if you use a variety of incline bench positions. The adjustable incline bench should be your best friend from now on.
It’s best used with dumbbells or in the Smith machine and it can target the muscle fibres in different ways if you’re using it various inclined positions. Just give it a try!