23 Exercises Proven to Build a Muscular Chest and Enormous Arms

Every athlete needs upper-body strength to perform their best, and these 23 exercises will get you the "go" to go along with the "show."

Dumbbell Incline Single-Arm Press

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Dumbbell Incline Single-Arm Press

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This is great for developing the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder joint or when you're in a gym without any heavy weights (such as a Planet Fitness).

The Single-Arm Bench press really forces you to focus on your form, specifically driving your legs into the floor and engaging your core.

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2:10 in this video

This is great for developing the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder joint or when you're in a gym without any heavy weights (such as a Planet Fitness).

The Single-Arm Bench press really forces you to focus on your form, specifically driving your legs into the floor and engaging your core.

Tension creates stability, so if you're whole body is not tense, then there's a good probability you're going to fall off the bench and embarrass yourself.

I also use this exercise a lot with our athletes that are throwers or coming back from an upper body injury.

This allows them to focus on one arm at a time, which is much easier than worrying about keeping two in the right position.

By increasing the angle of the bench, you place a greater emphasis on the upper pecs and shoulders.

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