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Old 10-24-2013, 11:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok guys here I want to know what kind of exercises are best to build shoulders and chest muscles at home..? According to my experience dips and pushup both exercises are best..?
Any other suggestions do you guys have in your mind so pleases share with me that will be more beneficial for me..
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If its at home, can you get more resistance into your exercises??, dips and pushups are fine but you really need to get some weights involved.

Shoulders are side/front raises/back rows - overhead press with some resistance/weight, and chest press/fly's with weight for the front to build size...

Plenty on the net to check but increase in weights slowly, good rest and eat right. Change your routine every so often and be consistant, I saw my best increase with deadlifts and overhead press routine so keeping it simple might be an idea if you can get the equipment..

Hope that helps.
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Well, They are following types of exercise for shoulder and chest given below
Push up
Dips
Push-up different rotation
Incline flyer
One- arm ball press
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Default Best exercises for shoulders and chest at home

Here are the following types of shoulders and chest exercise:

Shoulder exercises

1) Dumbbell press
2) Straight arm side raise
3) Bent arm side raise
4) Front press
5) Front raise
6) Reverse flys
7) Inner rotations
8) Outer rotations
9) Dumbbell shrugs

Chest Exercises

1) Incline Push-Up
2) Seated Chest Press
3) Seated Chest Fly
4) Lateral Chest Fly
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Here are the following types of shoulders and chest exercise:

Shoulder exercises

1) Dumbbell press
2) Straight arm side raise
3) Bent arm side raise
4) Front press
5) Front raise
6) Reverse flys
7) Inner rotations
8) Outer rotations
9) Dumbbell shrugs

Chest Exercises

1) Incline Push-Up
2) Seated Chest Press
3) Seated Chest Fly
4) Lateral Chest Fly
all good exercises.
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Best Biceps Exercise by fitness trainer David Kimmerle Biceps Exercise With David Kimmerle - YouTube Check out this video! Where he have explained what & how's of Biceps exercises.
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If its at home, can you get more resistance into your exercises??, dips and pushups are fine but you really need to get some weights involved.

Shoulders are side/front raises/back rows - overhead press with some resistance/weight, and chest press/fly's with weight for the front to build size...

Plenty on the net to check but increase in weights slowly, good rest and eat right. Change your routine every so often and be consistant, I saw my best increase with deadlifts and overhead press routine so keeping it simple might be an idea if you can get the equipment..

Hope that helps.



thanks its help full
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Old thread but I wanna throw in the fact that training your rear delts is extremely important.

If not trained, you will develop a imbalanced. Most people have a imbalance but don't even know it, more so with people who don't lift. When your front delts are stronger it pulls your shoulders forward. This takes the ball & socket out of alignment which leads to many problems , and eventually surgery....... Ive had 2 surgeries on my right shoulder alone.


Train every part of them shoulders to keep it tight in place !!!!

Revers flys were mentioned, real good one. My other favorite is face pulls
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