I have to admit, a beautiful chest is like icing on the cake. It just makes a person look so damn SEXY regardless of gender!
For women, the chest is important for them due the life they give out for the next generation and their presence. For men, it defines the presence of their dominance.
We even see gorillas puff their chest out and challenge the other gorillas of who is the alpha male of the territory. We even see paintings or statues of rulers and Gods that puff their chest out to show their supremacy among average people.
The chest can be a measuring stick of one’s confidence and aura that emanates.
That being said, in order to feel the power and the presence with just the chest, we need to build the foundation by training them. And the way we train them is using isometric exercises!
So how do we get the most attracting and godlike chest for men and women using isometrics alone?!
First of all, how does isometric exercises function?
Isometrics is intense and an exciting strength training!
Because it focuses on the mind and body connection, rather than being on autopilot by just going through the movements.
For example, some people just do a certain amount of reps and go through them just for the heck of it.
While performing isometrics, it forces a person to engage their nervous system by contracting their muscles by the use of concentration. So when that happens, you engage all your muscle fibers and bringing out their full potential.
Not to mention, it is the safest and most effective strength and muscle building protocol there is known to man. You do not suffer from unwanted injuries caused by weight training. And when you are doing isometric exercises, you will feel every muscle fiber being activated and the feeling of blood rushing in you. That feels GOOD and it energizes you!
As a result, from doing isometrics consistently, you can become toned, ripped/chiseled, and sexy(both gender). The good thing about it, you will NOT look like a bodybuilder all juiced up by any means, but it will give you extraordinary strength that is functional!
Plus, it’s fast and fun!
Now, imagine if we use isometric exercises to work out the chest. That would certainly give a person leaps and bounds strength and presence on a whole new level. Especially, the feeling of the “pump” and rush in your body.
Now, let’s move on to the exercises!
Upper Chest level!
The FIRST angle!
- First, you lift your arms in front and make sure your elbows are straight out. Next, clasp your hands together and your hands will be at forehead level.
- Begin by squeezing your chest together as if you are crushing an imaginary ball in between your hands. As you build contraction through your chest muscles, inhale through your stomach for about 3 to 4 seconds.
- After fully inhaling, slowly release the air for about 10 to 12, while maintaining maximum contraction.
- Once you release all the air, begin to inhale again for about 3 to 4 seconds, while you are slowly relaxing your chest muscles. Then, exhale once again to complete the exercise.
The SECOND angle!
- Quite similar to the first angle. The difference is that instead of your arms being straight out in front, your elbows will be bent at a 90 degree angle and your forearms will be straight horizontally in front of your face.
The THIRD angle!
- Just like the first and second angle! However, the difference is that your elbows will be bent at a 45 degree angle and your hands are nearly if not touching your forehead.
- That being said, focus on your breathing as well and when to contract your muscles at the proper time.
Mid Chest level!
- Lift your arms at chin level and your elbows are straight out. Next, clasp your hands together and begin to squeeze like there is an invisible ball in your hands.
- As you contract your muscles, inhale through your stomach for about 3 to 4 seconds. After you fully inhale, maintain maximum contraction as you exhale for about 10 to 12 seconds.
- Once you release the air, inhale again for about 3 to 4 seconds as you relax your muscles. Then, exhale to complete the exercise.
- Just like the first angle, where your hands are at chin level.
- However, the difference is that your elbows are bent at a 90 degree angle. Begin the isometrics chest exercise process!
- Quite similar to the first and second angles, but the difference is that your elbows are bent at a 45 degree angle. Your hands are already near your chin, almost touching them. The process of the chest exercise is still the same!
Lower Chest level!
- Begin by lifting your arms forward and your elbows are straight out. Your hands will be in front of your solar plexus. Then, clasping your hands together and grip firmly!
- Start contracting your muscles as hard as you can and breathe in for about 3 to 4 seconds.
- After you inhale through your stomach, maintain maximum contract as you exhale for about 10 to 12 seconds.
- Once you release all the air, begin to inhale again for about 3 to 4 seconds and at the same time slowly relax your muscles.
- After you inhale, exhale once again as you always did to complete the workout!
- Just like the first angle, however the difference is that your elbows will be bent at a 90 degree angle! It is simple!
- Now, just make sure your breathing is on point and be aware when to contract your muscles as well.
- Follow the procedure in the first and second angle and you will do fine with this angle. So, your hands will be close to your solar plexus and your elbows will be at 45 degree angle!
- Make sure, you are breathing properly because sometimes people forget this part of the exercise.
How many times a week should your perform this exercise?!
Ideally for me, I would each angle with each exercise per day.
- On day 1, I would perform upper chest, mid chest, and lower chest levels on that day. However, the angle will be the first angle, the one where your elbows are straight out.
- On day 2, I would do all the levels, but the angles will be at 90 degree angle.
- On day 3, will be the same thing and the angles will be at a 45 degree angle.
- Then, in the day 4 can be a rest day and begin the whole cycle again after day 4. But, you can also try to perform the exercises every day.
The exercises can be performed once a day.
Plus, you will not suffer any injuries and that’s what makes isometrics special.
Unlike, traditional weight training, where your muscles experience micro tears and over taxing on the joints. Isometrics does not make you suffer from micro tears and it does not overtax the joints.
You were able to perform the isometric chest exercises on different levels and angles. You soon figured out that isometrics offer maximum results if done correctly.
There are three levels of isometric chest workout that we performed from upper, middle, and lower chest levels.
And from each level, you were able to perform them at three different levels from elbows being straight out, 90 degrees, and 45 degrees.
Plus, you can perform these exercises once per day.
Once done correctly, you will feel your chest pumping to new heights like no other. You will feel every muscle fiber being activated on even the tiniest micro fibers.
When you do these exercises consistently, you will become a new person and see everything in a new light. It will give you an amazing feeling!
Thank you for reading! Until next time everyone! Please leave your comments as well!