by Swati Khandelwal Health And Fitness Writer At FITPAS
Building the chest of your dreams shouldn't be treated like rocket science overly complicated with a chance of blowing up in your face.

Hit these five simple-but-brutally effective moves and build a chiseled chest!

1. Barbell Bench Press
The bench press is definitely the most popular chest exercise and a staple of almost every chest workout. It is a great full-body strength training exercise that emphasizes the chest, shoulders, and triceps. We call it a "full-body" exercise, because when done correctly, you should be utilizing your core, glutes, and legs to help press the weight.

2. Flat Bench Dumbbell Press
In Flat Bench Dumbbell press, each of your body side must work independently, which stabilize muscles. Dumbbells are harder to control as compared to barbell. Dumbbells allow longer range of motion as compare to bench press. Start dumbbell presses for heavy sets in lower rep. Then increase the reps and decrease the weight.

3. Cable Flyes
Flyes are known for being great chest isolation exercises. Cable flyes are in fact better for your chest. Cable flyes retain tension in your muscles throughout the movement. 

4. Diamond Push Ups
Diamond push up will give you a strong triceps, strong chest, strong front part of your deltoids and also a variant that is often overlooked with a strong core. 
If you have not tried the chest workout yet, brace yourselves. If you have neglected it all the time, think again. Incorporate the chest workout in your workout routine. For more information download the FITPASS app

FITPASS gives you the flexibility to workout whenever you want, however you want and wherever you want. With your FITPASS, you can also get specially curated workout guides and diet plans. A solution for your health and fitness!

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