Why is this the best chest workout you’re not doing? Well, because no one’s ever shown you how to perform these unique variations of classic exercises—until now. The routine consists of the following moves:
- Dumbbell triple press: 6-8 reps (back-to-back-to-back) of a steep incline, regular incline, and dumbbell chest press. Do two more rounds of the dumbbell triple press, taking a minute-long rest in between.
- TRX chest flye pushup: Crank out three rounds of 12-15 reps, or to near-failure, with a 30-second rest in between.
- Dumbbell rear-deltoid raise: Or TRX rows or TRX Xs or TRX Ts.
For an even more challenging workout, add this optional superset of barbell bench press and dumbbell rear-deltoid raises beforehand. Do these traditional-style: 6-8 reps of the bench press, rest, then 10-12 reps of the raises.
Craig Ballantyne is well-known fitness expert and creator of Turbulence Training – a popular high-intensity weight loss system. For more on Craig, visit TurbulenceTrainingFanpage.com.