The Chest Chiseler
Most guys have an fondness for exercises that build their chest. And why wouldn't they? A big chest helps you push off opponents on the playing field, makes her swoon in the bedroom, and looks great on the beach. So when it comes to training his front, Todd Durkin, C.S.C.S., strength coach and author of musclemorphosis.com, chooses the incline dumbbell chest press. The angle of the move targets your pecs and the front part of your deltoid muscles, strengthening your chest and adding width to your upper body.Do you have what it takes to put up a great front? Find out with this 4-minute incline dumbbell chest press challenge. (You'll use 70-pound dumbbells for the test, but warm up with lighter loads first.) The score to beat is 102 reps in 4 minutes. How many presses did you complete? Let us know in the comments below.