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<div id="DPG" webReader="146.32562396"><div class="side-bar" webReader="-16.0840336134"><div class="c10"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/brian-casad-vital-stats-box.jpg"/></div><h3 class="article-title c11">Vital Stats</h3><a href="http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/Casad44/"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/bodyspace-social-icon.png" class="c12"/></a><a href="http://instagram.com/casad44" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/instagram-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Casad/586812701333295" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/facebook-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><a href="https://twitter.com/BrianCasad" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/twitter-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/bcasad44" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/youtube-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><p><strong>Name:</strong> Brian Casad<br /><strong>Occupation:</strong> Gym Owner; 2013 BodySpace Spokesmodel<br /><strong>Website:</strong> <span class="c14"><a href="http://www.titleboxingclub-uptowndallas.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">titleboxingclub-uptowndallas.com</a></span></p></div><p>Brian Casad has the look a lot of guys want. His stage physique reveals every full muscle. He has big arms and round shoulders, a jaw that can take a punch, and a brush-thick head of hair. This is what a muscle model looks like, but you can't see Brian's past self on stage.</p><p>You can't hop into your way-back machine and shake hands with the overweight Brian, the chained-to-a-desk Brian, the Brian who tread a path of mediocrity. The Brian who, in college, slipped into the party life and took on extra weight. You admire his six-pack now, and it's hard to imagine this physique athlete rocking a beer gut.</p><p>He needed a transformation of body, mind, and occupation. When he had enough, Brian walked into the Title Boxing Club in Kansas City for a new kind of workout. He took some classes, dropped about 40 pounds, and his eyes opened to a career in fitness.</p><p>He was all in. He quit his job, sold everything he owned to strangers on Craigslist, borrowed flow from his family, and invested it all in his own gym, the Title Boxing Club Uptown, in Dallas, Texas. Brian took a big risk, but that's how you earn big rewards.</p><h3 class="article-title">Brian Casad Fitness 360<br /><span class="exercise-note">Watch The Video - 10:21</span></h3><div class="c17" webReader="6.37078651685"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-training-program.html"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/brian-casad-360-training-smallbox.jpg" alt="Brian's Training" width="200" height="114"/></a><div class="c16" webReader="8.19101123596"><h4 class="c15"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-training-program.html">Brian's Training</a></h4><p>Brian's gym is more than a boxing ring. He designed the building himself, and he couldn't live without a full-fledged weight room. Follow his full training plan!</p></div></div><div class="c17" webReader="6.34615384615"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-nutrition-program.html"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/brian-casad-360-nutrition-smallbox.jpg" alt="Brian's Nutrition" width="200" height="114"/></a><div class="c16" webReader="8.15934065934"><h4 class="c15"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-nutrition-program.html">Brian's Nutrition</a></h4><p>Clean eating isn't as tough as people make it out to be. It's simple: eat food you cook yourself, and stick to whole foods with basic ingredients. Try Brian's plan!</p></div></div><div class="c17" webReader="5.67403314917"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-supplement-program.html"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/brian-casad-360-sups-small.jpg" alt="Brian's Supplementation" width="200" height="114"/></a><div class="c16" webReader="6.98342541436"><h4 class="c15"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/fitness-360-brian-casad-supplement-program.html">Brian's Supplementation</a></h4><p>This portion of Brian's plan can be freestyle. The only daily supp he takes is his multivitamin. He changes up his pre-workouts and juggles different brands.</p></div></div><br /><h3 class="article-title">The Big Risk</h3><p>College students don't have much. They don't need much, either, beyond a place to party and people to kick it with. That lifestyle isn't healthy and, although Brian Casad lifted weights through college, he graduated overweight.</p><p>The Kansas State grad took a job with his uncle, Jerry Chatam, consulting clients on the invigorating world of real estate taxes. Brian got a name plate, a desk, and settled into the drudgery of adult life. He lived for 40 hours each week at a desk. The crew would take group lunch breaks to "shit-ass" restaurants and his body felt worse than ever.</p><p>"I hated it," Brian says. "I found myself falling asleep at the mouse, even if I got a good night's sleep. I was done with it and started running at lunch instead."</p><img src="images/2014/brian-casad-360-inset-overview-1.jpg" width="560" height="297"/><p>The office life wasn't cutting it for Brian, so he risked it all to break free.</p><p>The running led to a surge in his want-to. He remembered liking boxing and started taking classes at his local Title Boxing Club. Over a matter of months he dropped 40 pounds and slowly got it into his head that he was in the wrong profession. "I knew that fitness was an industry I wanted to be in, live in, work in, breathe in, eat in … I dropped the weight and found my passion."</p><p>Brian wanted out of the office, and his uncle knew he wasn't happy. Chatum gave Brian two months of severance pay and told him to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. "That gave me a little bit of time to look back at myself and figure out where I wanted my career to go," Brian says. That same month he discovered that Title wanted to expand and create new franchise affiliates. The idea seemed perfect and Brian was in, but he still needed help.</p><p>"Bottom line, I didn't have the money," Brian says. "Family helped. They are partners. I had no idea what I was doing, but it was something I was passionate about."</p><p>That passion drove Brian to pack up everything he couldn't sell on craigslist and move to Texas. "It was an emotional roller coaster," Brian says. "I picked up everything and took off trying to make something happen. Granted I was stoked to move, but once the reality sets in—'Hey, this gym isn't up and running yet!'—there's a big process: signing a lease, equipment, lawyers, contractors, and franchise paperwork."</p><h4>Brian's Gym Music</h4><p><img src="images/2014/brian-casad-360-inset-overview-3.jpg" width="560" height="132"/></p><ol class="dpg-list"><li>Disturbed - I'm Alive</li>
<li>Disturbed - Another Way To Die</li>
<li>The Notorious B.I.G. - Juicy</li>
<li>Gorilla Zoe - What It Is</li>
<li>Erick Sermon ft. Marvin Gaye - Music</li>
</ol><h3 class="article-title">The Big Reward</h3><p>Now, Brian wakes up every day and pursues his passion for a living. He teaches workout classes and talks to people about his transformation, about how he wants to transform their lives. He selects a person every three months and trains them for free, because he enjoys assisting them with such a big change.</p><p>"I prefer to have clients who are overweight," Casad says. "I want to help them lose weight. That's the reason I'm in this—to help people."</p><p>As much as Brian wants to be in the gym, helping people transform, he has a business to run. So, yes, he has to spend a little time behind his desk each day. "But, I'm not being forced to," Casad says. "I'm doing this of my own accord. I make my own destiny."</p><img src="images/2014/brian-casad-360-inset-overview-2.jpg" width="560" height="328"/><p>Brian used boxing to transform his body. He cut 40 pounds. He then decided to make the sport a focus for the rest of his business and fitness life.</p><p>Last year Brian won the BodySpace Spokesmodel Search Competition at the LA Fitness Expo, but he won't be competing again anytime soon. "I don't like the competition aspect," he says. "I don't like the whole greased-up stage thing. It's not my style. I like doing things for Bodybuilding.com. I'm more of a fitness entrepreneur. I like representing fitness as a whole, not standing up being judged on how big I can become.</p><p>"I will stick to fitness boxing. I like to think. I don't like to just knock each other around. Any slight movement and you can get hurt. When I first got into it I really saw something in boxing. The amount of weight I lost doing it was pretty cool. I hate cardio, but I love boxing."</p><p>It is dangerous to enter the ring, whether it's boxing or business. Brian took a big risk. He worried, borrowed, and fought to make it work, and the big reward was worth it.</p><br class="c18"/></div><div class="padded-content article-content mod-about-the-author" id="article-about-author" webReader="41.5800865801"><h4 class="article-section-header">About The Author</h4><div class="ata-left-column" webReader="6.7182320442"><div class="ata-author-name"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/dustin-lapray.html">Dustin Lapray</a></div><div class="author-gradient-button"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/dustin-lapray.html">VIEW AUTHOR PAGE</a></div><p class="ata-author-summary">Dustin has an extensive background in writing and editing and is an integral part of the process as Bodybuilding.com takes its content to a new level!</p></div><div class="ata-right-column"><div class="ata-author-image-frame"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/dustin-lapray.html"><img src="images/2013/writer-dustin-lapray-sig-new.jpg" alt=""/></a></div><div class="ata-view-all-articles-link"><ul class="bb-chevron-list bold-type"><li><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/dustin-lapray.html#articles" class="bold-type">View All Articles By This Author</a></li>
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Fitness 360: Brian Casad, Big Risk, Big Reward

Brian Casad has the look a lot of guys want. His stage physique reveals every full muscle. He has big arms and round shoulders, a jaw that can take a punch, and a brush-thick head of hair. This is what a muscle model looks like, but you can’t see Brian’s past self on stage.

You can’t hop into your way-back machine and shake hands with the overweight Brian, the chained-to-a-desk Brian, the Brian who tread a path of mediocrity. The Brian who, in college, slipped into the party life and took on extra weight. You admire his six-pack now, and it’s hard to imagine this physique athlete rocking a beer gut.

He needed a transformation of body, mind, and occupation. When he had enough, Brian walked into the Title Boxing Club in Kansas City for a new kind of workout. He took some classes, dropped about 40 pounds, and his eyes opened to a career in fitness.

He was all in. He quit his job, sold everything he owned to strangers on Craigslist, borrowed flow from his family, and invested it all in his own gym, the Title Boxing Club Uptown, in Dallas, Texas. Brian took a big risk, but that’s how you earn big rewards.

Brian Casad Fitness 360
Watch The Video – 10:21

Brian's Training

Brian’s Training

Brian’s gym is more than a boxing ring. He designed the building himself, and he couldn’t live without a full-fledged weight room. Follow his full training plan!

Brian's Nutrition

Brian’s Nutrition

Clean eating isn’t as tough as people make it out to be. It’s simple: eat food you cook yourself, and stick to whole foods with basic ingredients. Try Brian’s plan!

Brian's Supplementation

Brian’s Supplementation

This portion of Brian’s plan can be freestyle. The only daily supp he takes is his multivitamin. He changes up his pre-workouts and juggles different brands.

The Big Risk

College students don’t have much. They don’t need much, either, beyond a place to party and people to kick it with. That lifestyle isn’t healthy and, although Brian Casad lifted weights through college, he graduated overweight.

The Kansas State grad took a job with his uncle, Jerry Chatam, consulting clients on the invigorating world of real estate taxes. Brian got a name plate, a desk, and settled into the drudgery of adult life. He lived for 40 hours each week at a desk. The crew would take group lunch breaks to “shit-ass” restaurants and his body felt worse than ever.

“I hated it,” Brian says. “I found myself falling asleep at the mouse, even if I got a good night’s sleep. I was done with it and started running at lunch instead.”

The office life wasn’t cutting it for Brian, so he risked it all to break free.

The running led to a surge in his want-to. He remembered liking boxing and started taking classes at his local Title Boxing Club. Over a matter of months he dropped 40 pounds and slowly got it into his head that he was in the wrong profession. “I knew that fitness was an industry I wanted to be in, live in, work in, breathe in, eat in … I dropped the weight and found my passion.”

Brian wanted out of the office, and his uncle knew he wasn’t happy. Chatum gave Brian two months of severance pay and told him to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. “That gave me a little bit of time to look back at myself and figure out where I wanted my career to go,” Brian says. That same month he discovered that Title wanted to expand and create new franchise affiliates. The idea seemed perfect and Brian was in, but he still needed help.

“Bottom line, I didn’t have the money,” Brian says. “Family helped. They are partners. I had no idea what I was doing, but it was something I was passionate about.”

That passion drove Brian to pack up everything he couldn’t sell on craigslist and move to Texas. “It was an emotional roller coaster,” Brian says. “I picked up everything and took off trying to make something happen. Granted I was stoked to move, but once the reality sets in—’Hey, this gym isn’t up and running yet!’—there’s a big process: signing a lease, equipment, lawyers, contractors, and franchise paperwork.”

Brian’s Gym Music

  1. Disturbed – I’m Alive
  2. Disturbed – Another Way To Die
  3. The Notorious B.I.G. – Juicy
  4. Gorilla Zoe – What It Is
  5. Erick Sermon ft. Marvin Gaye – Music

The Big Reward

Now, Brian wakes up every day and pursues his passion for a living. He teaches workout classes and talks to people about his transformation, about how he wants to transform their lives. He selects a person every three months and trains them for free, because he enjoys assisting them with such a big change.

“I prefer to have clients who are overweight,” Casad says. “I want to help them lose weight. That’s the reason I’m in this—to help people.”

As much as Brian wants to be in the gym, helping people transform, he has a business to run. So, yes, he has to spend a little time behind his desk each day. “But, I’m not being forced to,” Casad says. “I’m doing this of my own accord. I make my own destiny.”

Brian used boxing to transform his body. He cut 40 pounds. He then decided to make the sport a focus for the rest of his business and fitness life.

Last year Brian won the BodySpace Spokesmodel Search Competition at the LA Fitness Expo, but he won’t be competing again anytime soon. “I don’t like the competition aspect,” he says. “I don’t like the whole greased-up stage thing. It’s not my style. I like doing things for Bodybuilding.com. I’m more of a fitness entrepreneur. I like representing fitness as a whole, not standing up being judged on how big I can become.

“I will stick to fitness boxing. I like to think. I don’t like to just knock each other around. Any slight movement and you can get hurt. When I first got into it I really saw something in boxing. The amount of weight I lost doing it was pretty cool. I hate cardio, but I love boxing.”

It is dangerous to enter the ring, whether it’s boxing or business. Brian took a big risk. He worried, borrowed, and fought to make it work, and the big reward was worth it.


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Fitness 360: Brian Casad, Big Risk, Big Reward

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<div id="DPG" webReader="58.4241405082"><p>I love training chest. I'm always in pursuit of more size and strength, but I don't bulk, at least in the traditional sense. I prefer to keep my gains lean, so I intensify most of my workouts with supersets, trisets, and giant sets. I lift some heavy weights, but I also mix in volume. This combination keeps me lean and spurs growth, but don't just take my word for it. Try the workout below!</p><h3 class="article-title">Brian Casad <br /><span class="exercise-note">Watch The Video - 8:37</span></h3><h3 class="article-title">Chest by Casad Workout</h3><p>I perform this workout once per week. If you're currently in a chest specialization phase or really feeling plucky, try it twice per week. Visualize the muscles being worked for best results!</p><div id="meal-plan-table"><ul><li class="rowBgColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/369/Male/t/369_1.jpg" alt="Incline Barbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/369/Male/t/369_2.jpg" alt="Incline Barbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')">Incline Barbell Press</a></strong><br />1 warm-up set of 20 reps</span></li>
<li class="c9">
<h6>Superset</h6>
</li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/369/Male/t/369_1.jpg" alt="Incline Barbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/369/Male/t/369_2.jpg" alt="Incline Barbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('barbell-incline-bench-press-medium-grip')">Incline Barbell Press</a></strong><br />3 sets of 10, 8, 6 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBgColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('incline-dumbbell-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/380/Male/t/380_1.jpg" alt="Incline Dumbbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('incline-dumbbell-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/380/Male/t/380_2.jpg" alt="Incline Dumbbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('incline-dumbbell-press')">Incline Dumbbell Press</a></strong><br />3 sets of 6-10 reps, rest 1 minute between supersets</span></li>
<li class="c9">
<h6>Superset</h6>
</li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('dumbbell-flyes')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/12/Male/t/12_1.jpg" alt="Flat Bench Dumbbell Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('dumbbell-flyes')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/12/Male/t/12_2.jpg" alt="Flat Bench Dumbbell Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('dumbbell-flyes')">Flat Bench Dumbbell Flye</a></strong><br />4 sets of 12, 12, 10, 10 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBgColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('incline-push-up')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/883/Male/t/883_1.jpg" alt="Incline Push-Up" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('incline-push-up')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/883/Male/t/883_2.jpg" alt="Incline Push-Up" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('incline-push-up')">Incline Push-Up</a></strong><br />4 sets to failure, rest 1 minute between supersets</span></li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c11"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('cable-crossover')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/132/Male/t/132_1.jpg" alt="Cable Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('cable-crossover')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/132/Male/t/132_2.jpg" alt="Cable Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('cable-crossover')">Cable Flye</a></strong><br />3 sets of 15, 15, 12 reps, 1 set to failure</span></li>
</ul></div><br /><h3 class="article-title">Chest by Casad Breakdown</h3><p>Before I get into sets of heavy weight, I start off with an easy warm-up set of 20 reps on the incline barbell press. It gets blood flowing into the muscles and also helps me stretch the target area, preparing the whole chest for the workout to come.</p><p>I start this workout with the incline press, from the barbell into the dumbbells, because incline is the most difficult exercise in the workout. Here you lift with heavy weight. You never want to wait until the end of a workout to exhaust your muscles. Go with the hard stuff in the beginning, then lift with more focus in the end.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/chest-by-casad-superset-chest-video-workout-2.jpg" width="560" height="327" border="0"/><p>I like to push myself with these supersets. I like to put it out there and see what my muscle has got. You almost go to failure on each set.</p><p>At the very end of the workout, I transition from supersets to straight sets for the cable flye. That's the time to focus on the chest, squeeze, and push the development of that valley between the pecs.</p><h3 class="article-title">Tips on Technique</h3><h5>Incline barbell press</h5><p>Change hand placement and add weight for each superset</p><ul class="dpg-list"><li>Superset 1: Close grip</li>
<li>Superset 2: Medium grip</li>
<li>Superset 3: Wide grip</li>
</ul><h5>Incline dumbbell press</h5><p>Use the same weight for all three supersets. Concentrate on form.</p><h5>Dumbbell flye</h5><p>Bring the weight down, supinate slightly at the bottom of the movement, and then lift to the top position. Increase the weight on the third and fourth sets.</p><h5>Incline push-ups</h5><p>Go for a power approach. Don't lock your elbows every time. Keep tension on the muscle and keep repping!</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/chest-by-casad-superset-chest-video-workout-1.jpg" width="560" height="366" border="0" class="c12"/><h6 class="altH6 c13">Cable Flye</h6><h5>Cable flye</h5><p>Use the same weight for the first two sets. Increase the weight for the third set (12 reps), and then decrease the weight for the final burnout set.</p><br class="c14"/></div><div class="padded-content article-content mod-about-the-author" id="article-about-author" webReader="33.1219512195"><h4 class="article-section-header">About The Author</h4><div class="ata-left-column" webReader="4.85087719298"><div class="ata-author-name"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/other.htm">Contributing Writer</a></div><div class="author-gradient-button"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/other.htm">VIEW AUTHOR PAGE</a></div><p class="ata-author-summary">Check out these awesome articles by some of the best writers in the industry.</p></div><div class="ata-right-column"><div class="ata-author-image-frame"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/other.htm"><img src="images/2013/writer-contributing-writers-sig-new.jpg" alt=""/></a></div><div class="ata-view-all-articles-link"><ul class="bb-chevron-list bold-type"><li><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/other.htm#articles" class="bold-type">View All Articles By This Author</a></li>
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Chest By Casad: Superset Chest Video Workout

I love training chest. I’m always in pursuit of more size and strength, but I don’t bulk, at least in the traditional sense. I prefer to keep my gains lean, so I intensify most of my workouts with supersets, trisets, and giant sets. I lift some heavy weights, but I also mix in volume. This combination keeps me lean and spurs growth, but don’t just take my word for it. Try the workout below!

Brian Casad
Watch The Video – 8:37

Chest by Casad Workout

I perform this workout once per week. If you’re currently in a chest specialization phase or really feeling plucky, try it twice per week. Visualize the muscles being worked for best results!

Chest by Casad Breakdown

Before I get into sets of heavy weight, I start off with an easy warm-up set of 20 reps on the incline barbell press. It gets blood flowing into the muscles and also helps me stretch the target area, preparing the whole chest for the workout to come.

I start this workout with the incline press, from the barbell into the dumbbells, because incline is the most difficult exercise in the workout. Here you lift with heavy weight. You never want to wait until the end of a workout to exhaust your muscles. Go with the hard stuff in the beginning, then lift with more focus in the end.

I like to push myself with these supersets. I like to put it out there and see what my muscle has got. You almost go to failure on each set.

At the very end of the workout, I transition from supersets to straight sets for the cable flye. That’s the time to focus on the chest, squeeze, and push the development of that valley between the pecs.

Tips on Technique

Incline barbell press

Change hand placement and add weight for each superset

  • Superset 1: Close grip
  • Superset 2: Medium grip
  • Superset 3: Wide grip
Incline dumbbell press

Use the same weight for all three supersets. Concentrate on form.

Dumbbell flye

Bring the weight down, supinate slightly at the bottom of the movement, and then lift to the top position. Increase the weight on the third and fourth sets.

Incline push-ups

Go for a power approach. Don’t lock your elbows every time. Keep tension on the muscle and keep repping!

Cable Flye
Cable flye

Use the same weight for the first two sets. Increase the weight for the third set (12 reps), and then decrease the weight for the final burnout set.


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