Lower pec exercises

  1. Lower pec exercises


    Anyone have any good exercises for toning up the lower pec region? I'm lacking in that area. Any and all help/advise is greatly appreciated.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Anyone have any good exercises for toning up the lower pec region? I'm lacking in that area. Any and all help/advise is greatly appreciated.
    This ain't planet fitness boy we don't tone here! Lol jk brother decline bench and decline chest flys also as you lose body fat you will see the shape better
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    This ain't planet fitness boy we don't tone here! Lol jk brother decline bench and decline chest flys also as you lose body fat you will see the shape better
    Hell I should have just asked you broski!!! Thanks
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  4. Low cable crossover and incline bench around the world.
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  5. Wide grip dips.

  6. i prefer weighted dips

  7. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    i prefer weighted dips
    Agreed. But dips in general hit there.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Cordeen View Post

    Agreed. But dips in general hit there.
    absolutely. non weighted dips is like bodyweight squats for me

  9. Mountain Dog Decline Smith bench. Check it, I'm a big big fan of them. You can find it on YouTube.
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  10. Speaking of some weighted dips, what is a good belt to get. Our gym's broke and they are not replacing it. I need to get one asap.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Low cable crossover and incline bench around the world.
    Never even thought of the incline around the world. I'm gonna throw that in my chest days
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    Never even thought of the incline around the world. I'm gonna throw that in my chest days
    I just started incorporating them into my workouts. Really can feel it when you squeeze at the top of the motion. Very good exercise for lower pecs.
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  13. Just looked at a video on how to do around the world, I don't think I will be able to do those. I've had surgery on both my shoulders and it just looks painful. Maybe if I start out with VERY LIGHT DBs and work my way up.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Cary K View Post
    Just looked at a video on how to do around the world, I don't think I will be able to do those. I've had surgery on both my shoulders and it just looks painful. Maybe if I start out with VERY LIGHT DBs and work my way up.
    I don't go above 20LB dumbbells. Maybe 25 but thats it. Even if you use 10 or 15 pounds you will still feel the exercise work if done correctly and squeezing at the top. But if it is too painful then yes of course I wouldn't do them either.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I don't go above 20LB dumbbells. Maybe 25 but thats it. Even if you use 10 or 15 pounds you will still feel the exercise work if done correctly and squeezing at the top. But if it is too painful then yes of course I wouldn't do them either.
    Well I will try them out next week. I already did chest today.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I don't go above 20LB dumbbells. Maybe 25 but thats it. Even if you use 10 or 15 pounds you will still feel the exercise work if done correctly and squeezing at the top. But if it is too painful then yes of course I wouldn't do them either.
    Starting this tonight. Thanks again bro!!
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by 02sixxer View Post
    Speaking of some weighted dips, what is a good belt to get. Our gym's broke and they are not replacing it. I need to get one asap.
    I use the SPUD squat belt for dips. Very heavy duty. Only issue is that the chain and related hardware has to be purchased separately. I think Elitefitness sells these. I got mine off eBay.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    Starting this tonight. Thanks again bro!!
    Hope you enjoy it man.
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  19. Glad I came here when I did, as I was looking for something to help with the lower pecs. That Incline around the world looks great.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    Hope you enjoy it man.
    Awesome pump!! Loved it
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    Awesome pump!! Loved it
    Awesome news bro. The first time I did it I fell in love with it.
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    Awesome news bro. The first time I did it I fell in love with it.
    Absolutely, I will be doing a lot of them.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    Absolutely, I will be doing a lot of them.
    Same here. Don't even have to go heavy at all to feel the pump.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    Same here. Don't even have to go heavy at all to feel the pump.
    I was only using 15s but kept strict form and held at the bottom
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by niners4reggie View Post

    I was only using 15s but kept strict form and held at the bottom
    Yep thats how it's done. I use 20s and my ROM is slow and in control with squeezing.
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