You wake up on a Saturday morning and decide to change things up a bit in your house. Not liking that setup in the living room, you push the sectional over a bit and bring in a nice chair, table, and lamp for a cozy reading corner.
You then head into the storage room and clear things out and purge. After a few hours, you’re exhausted and sore.
Upper body chest strength is important in developing and maintaining the primary muscle groups for pushing, pulling, and initiating force production.
Check out this At Home Chest Workout that we have designed to focus on the primary muscle groups in the chest, back and core (for stabilization).
After a few rounds with this home chest workout, you should notice that those weekend warrior sessions become less taxing and you may even like what you see in the mirror.
- Equipment Needed: Workout Mat or Towel
- Workout Length: 25 minutes
- Intensity: 3 flames
- Est. Calories Burned: 207 Calories
Warm-Up Sequence (x1)
Wall Pushes (10 reps)
Center Plank (30 seconds)
Thoracic Extensions (10 reps)
Strength Sequence (x4)
Push-Ups (8 reps)
Mountain Climbers (10 reps)
Circuit Sequence (x3)
Dips (8 reps)
Plank to Push-Ups (8 reps)
Knee to Elbow Push-Ups (8 reps)
Supermans (8 reps)
Cool Down Sequence (x1)
Chest Door Frame Stretch (3 minutes)
Foam Roll (2 minutes)