Place a pair of dumbbells, slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Set yourself in a Pushup position with hands on dumbbells. Lower your body to the floor, pause, then complete 1 push up. Once you're back in the starting position, row the dumbbell on one side to the side of your chest by pulling
Grab a bench and set it to flat or a slight incline if you wish to emphasize your upper chest a bit more. Take a barbell with handles attached on a machine and lie flat. Start with them pressed together using a neutral/hammer grip (palms facing inwards). Lie back on the bench with the
Attach a rope to a high pulley and select an appropriate weight. Stand with your back to the cable tower. Take the rope with both hands over your shoulders, holding it to your upper chest. This will be your starting position. Perform the movement by flexing the spine, crunching the weight down as far
Start in a standard press up position with your hands shoulder width apart. Extend your right arm in front of your body and extend your left leg out behind you. Try not to wobble! Tensing your abs will help. Then return your arm and leg to their original position. Make sure to alternate your
Load the bar to an appropriate weight for your training. Lay on the bench with your feet flat on the ground, driving through to your hips. Your back should be arched, and your shoulder blades retracted. Take a medium, pronated grip covering the rings on the bar. Remove the bar from the rack, holding
Sit on seat with upper chest just above grips on lever. If available, push foot lever until handles are within grasping range. Grasp handles with wide oblique overhand grip and position elbows out to sides. Release foot lever. Press lever until arms are extended. Return weight until shoulders or chest feels slightly stretched. Repeat.