Join Pat Chadwick as he takes you through his inner chest routine to get more defined pecs. In this article, he will show you 9 exercises that will directly develop the visual appearance of this segment of the chest muscle. If your chest lacks definition, then this could be the key to building a bigger chest to make your pecs look more attractive.
In this 8 minute workout, you will work for 40 seconds, followed by resting for 20 seconds before moving on to the next exercise. You must focus on the form which means its quality over quantity! Try to squeeze your chest at the top position to increase time under tension on your muscles.
Research suggests that if you can complete more than 40 push-ups, you are associated with a significant reduction in the incidence of cardiovascular disease, compared with those achieving lesser than 10. Therefore, you can improve your upperbody endurance and long-term health by completing this workout, today!
The primary muscles worked are the triceps, pectoralis major, anterior deltoids, and serratus anterior. The secondary muscles worked are the abdominals, obliques, quadriceps, rhomboids, and the lower chest. Each exercise will require you to position your hands and body at different angles to target the inner chest portion.
This routine is suitable for all fitness levels as you will see in the video above, there will be a “Beginner’s version” demonstration in the bottom lefthand corner of the video. Therefore, everyone can join in, have some fun, and make long-lasting real results.
Congratulations on completing this intense 8-minute inner chest workout. I hope this killer circuit has made your chest feel more pumped than ever. Routines like this are great for those who are on the move, short on time, and want to get a workout done without using weights. Want to target different regions of the chest? Be sure to check out this upper chest and lower chest workout to have well-rounded pecs - See you there!
My name is Pat Chadwick, I am a calisthenics coach with over 4 years of experience in helping people from all backgrounds to achieve their calisthenics goals. My goal is to become the number one calisthenics coach in the world as it is my passion to help people change their lives through inspiring bodyweight movements. I believe everyone deserves the right to feel good about their health, body, and be delighted inside and out.