Join Pat Chadwick as he shows you the best upper chest exercises that you can do at home without any equipment at any fitness level. In this follow-along workout, you will utilize many exercises variations that will give you incredible chest definition and hypertrophy, if practiced properly.
This 10 min upper chest workout will require you to work for 30 seconds, doing as many clean reps with proper form as you can, followed by resting for 30 seconds before moving on to the next exercise. There are 11 exercises in total, all of which put emphasis on your upper chest.
What Muscles are Worked by this Upper Chest Workout?
This workout routine targets the upper chest muscles due to the unique hand position and hand placements for each exercise. The primary muscles worked are the pectoralis major, triceps, anterior deltoids, and serratus anterior. The secondary muscles worked are the abdominals, obliques, rhomboid, glutes, quadriceps.
What Level is this Upper Chest Workout?
Before you begin this workout, you will need to determine whether your fitness level is at a beginner or an advanced stage. If you are a beginner, you can perform these movements on your knees to take the load away from the upper body. Whereas, if you are more advanced, you should complete all reps on your toes and aim to do this till failure. Go at your own pace and rest when you need to - just don’t give up!
I want to thank you and give you a big congratulations on completing this intense upper chest workout. Your chest muscles should be feeling pumped after this! Want to learn more? Why not try this complete chest workout to get a ripped chest or get shredded abs in this 10 min abs workout. Give Pat’s workout routine a go and you will surely reap its benefits.
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.