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Chest and Triceps

Posted by Shawn Sprafka on

Start with cardio to warm up to help prevent injuries. I still use GAT Nitraflex for my pre-workout supplement for better performance. But we did just start carrying Centurion Labz. Three high-stim pre workouts God of Rage, God of Rage Reloaded and God of War Red. Click Here to check those out.

Warm Up - 10 Minutes of Cardio (Any form) 

Tri Set - 3 Total Sets

Push Ups - (20, 20, 20)

Dumbbell Flys - (12, 10, 8)

Dumbbell Incline Press - (12, 10, 8)

Super Set - 3 Total Sets

Rope Push Downs - (15, 15, 15)

Close Grip Bench - (12, 10, 8)

Super Set - 3 Total Sets

Skull Crushers - (12, 10, 8)

Wide Grip Bench - (12, 10, 8)

**Burn Out** 

  • Bench Dips Until Failure
  • Dumbbell Flat Bench (Shoot for 50 or more reps)


For recovery & growth I would definitely recommend supplementing with a protein powder.  or any of the post workout carbohydrate products we carry. (Check Those Out Here) Repairing those torn muscle fibers as quickly as possible is essential in muscle growth, and our protein powders will help you do that! Another option can be BCAAs which will help prevent muscle breakdown and keep you in an anabolic state.  

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Thanks for reading.



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