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<div id="DPG" webReader="133.425306577"><div class="side-bar" webReader="-21"><div class="c10"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/craig-capurso-vital-stats.jpg"/></div><h3 class="article-title c11">Vital Stats</h3><a href="http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/craigcapurso/"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/bodyspace-social-icon.png" class="c12"/></a><a href="https://www.facebook.com/craigcapurso1" 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/CraigCapurso" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/twitter-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><a href="http://instagram.com/CRAIGCAPURSO#" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/instagram-social-icon.png" class="c13"/><p><strong>Name:</strong> Craig Capurso<br /><strong>Occupation:</strong> Wall St oil trader, Cellucor Athlete, IFBB Pro physique competitor</p></div><p>Want to try one of the most brutal, effective chest workouts on the planet? Then you're in the right place. This chest workout is a part of my Super 30 training program. I built it to help busy people get great results in the gym without sacrificing a lot of time. It's fast, furious, full of heavy iron and short rest periods, and it will smoke your chest.</p><p>Super 30 consists of six exercises all done with different repetition schemes. Each of these rep schemes totals 30 reps. If that doesn't already sound intense enough, your rest periods are also limited to 30 seconds between sets.</p><p>The lifting portion of this workout will only take you about 30 minutes. I get it, 30 minutes doesn't seem like enough time to get results, but I promise: It's plenty. We're going heavy and we're going hard. The limited rest you'll get between sets and exercises means you'll be moving for the entire 30 minutes. After that, you've got 30 minutes of cardio. Then you're done.</p><p>That's how Super 30 works: Put an hour of hard work in the gym, maximize your time and intensity while you're there, and then get on with your day. Sure, you'll like the extra free time you have, but you'll like the results even better.</p><p>Don't think it'll work? Hit this chest workout. I guarantee you'll come out a believer. It's chest day, baby. Let's grow!</p><h3 class="article-title">Craig Capurso <br /><span class="exercise-note">Watch The Video - 14:53</span></h3><p>A lot of people think they move fast in the gym. This workout will teach you that you're not moving fast enough. When you rest for 30 seconds in between pushing heavy loads, you're going to find it's a completely different workout than you've been doing. The next 30 minutes are going to be intense. If you're not sweating, you're doing it wrong!</p><div id="meal-plan-table"><ul><li class="rowBgColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('reverse-triceps-bench-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/358/Male/t/358_1.jpg" alt="Reverse-Grip Decline Bench Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('reverse-triceps-bench-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/358/Male/t/358_2.jpg" alt="Reverse-Grip Decline Bench Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content c15"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('reverse-triceps-bench-press')">Reverse-Grip Decline Bench Press</a> (shown with flat bench)</strong><br />Warm-up sets: work up to a heavy working weight,<br />10 working sets of 3 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('one-arm-dumbbell-bench-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/246/Male/t/246_1.jpg" alt="Alternating Single-Arm Dumbbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('one-arm-dumbbell-bench-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/246/Male/t/246_2.jpg" alt="Alternating Single-Arm Dumbbell Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content c15"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('one-arm-dumbbell-bench-press')">Alternating Single-Arm Dumbbell Press</a></strong><br />Warm-up set: find your working weight, 6 working sets of 5 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBgColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('leverage-chest-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/889/Male/t/889_1.jpg" alt="Seated Horizontal Hammer Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('leverage-chest-press')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/889/Male/t/889_2.jpg" alt="Seated Horizontal Hammer Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content c15"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('leverage-chest-press')">Seated Horizontal Hammer Press</a></strong><br />5 working sets of 6 reps (drop weight if needed)</span></li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('butterfly')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/214/Male/t/214_1.jpg" alt="Seated Machine Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('butterfly')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/214/Male/t/214_2.jpg" alt="Seated Machine Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content c15"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('butterfly')">Seated Machine Flye</a></strong><br />3 working sets of 10 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBgColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W1Qi__yVAY" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/svend-press-1.jpg" alt="Svend Press" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W1Qi__yVAY" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/svend-press-2.jpg" alt="Svend Press" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W1Qi__yVAY" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Svend Press</a></strong><br />2 working sets of 15 reps</span></li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c16"><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="Single-Arm Top 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="Single-Arm Top Cable Flye" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content c15"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('cable-crossover')">Single-Arm Top Cable Flye</a> (shown two-armed)</strong><br />1 ascending set of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 reps (alternating each arm)</span></li>
<li class="rowBgColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('rope-jumping')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/651/Male/t/651_1.jpg" alt="Tabata Jump Rope" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('rope-jumping')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/651/Male/t/651_2.jpg" alt="Tabata Jump Rope" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('rope-jumping')">Tabata Jump Rope</a></strong><br />8 sets of 20 seconds, 10 seconds rest between sets</span></li>
<li class="rowBorderColor c16"><span class="mpt-images"><a href="javascript:pop('step-mill')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/656/Male/t/656_1.jpg" alt="Stairmill" width="53" height="53"/></a> <a href="javascript:pop('step-mill')"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/exerciseImages/sequences/656/Male/t/656_2.jpg" alt="Stairmill" width="53" height="53"/></a></span> <span class="mpt-content content"><strong><a href="javascript:pop('step-mill')">Stairmill</a></strong><br />20 minutes</span></li>
</ul></div><br /><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>I put the decline bench into this workout because it targets the lower chest, but I also reversed the grip to engage the upper chest. So, this lift is a full-blown mass builder. I like doing this exercise in the Smith machine because it eliminates the need for a spotter. We're going heavy! Using a machine is a much safer, smarter idea when you train alone.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_reverse-grip-decline-bench.jpg" width="560" height="387" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Reverse-Grip Decline Bench Press</h6><p>If you know me, you know that I like starting with the heavy portion of the workout. I want to push heavy weight first when I have all the energy. So get heavy! Take a few warm-up sets to work up to a heavy working weight. We're only doing three reps at a time, so get aggressive.</p><p>Don't forget to limit your rest to 30 seconds. It's an essential part of this program. Keep a timer handy or a clock in your field of vision. Live and die by the clock.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>Before you hit this 5x6 lift, do a small weight check to find your 5-rep max. Once you get there, focus on squeezing each rep and using your mind-muscle connection to move each pec individually, one side at a time.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_single-arm-alternating-db-press.jpg" width="560" height="397" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Single-Arm Alternating Dumbbell Press</h6><p>Push it. You only have 5 reps, so give it all you got. All the energy you expend during your rest—like picking up and dropping the weight—has been accounted for. I'm not letting you completely rest—that's just part of the program. We're doing our best to maximize intensity to get through these varying rep ranges.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso cue </h3><p>You might start fading a little bit here, so make sure you take an intra-workout supplement like branched chain amino acids to give your muscles some fuel and keep your endurance strong.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_seated-horizontal-hammer-press.jpg" width="560" height="353" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Seated Horizontal Hammer Press</h6><p>If you can't get the required reps on this exercise, it's time to drop the weight. I don't want you rest-pausing—that's not part of the program—and you're not allowed to quit early.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>This workout is a great way for you to gauge your body and its reaction to training with heavy volume. I recommend sitting at a machine. You can use the cables if you want, but as you get further into this exercise, you may need the assistance.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_seated-machine-flye.jpg" width="560" height="353" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Seated Machine Flye</h6><p>As the weight gets heavy, your shoulders will come into play. That's OK. Stay on track. Rest for 30 seconds and get back on. You're pumped up, your muscles are engaged, and your mind is focused. There's no time to talk.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>You don't see this exercise very often. It's something that old-school bodybuilders used to do. It's really an isometric squeeze. I'm going to push two 10-pound plates together really hard. If I could push through the plates, I would. Push the plates into each other and then press out. Focus on feeling those inner-chest fibers working.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_svend-press.jpg" width="560" height="386" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Svend Press</h6><p>Don't be fooled by the light weight. I could actually do this without any weight and just squeeze my hands together. It's a good pump. Get ready for this one; it sneaks up on you.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>We do this exercise unilaterally so we can benefit from the ascending reps. You get a little bit of a break every time you alternate arms. These small breaks and the ascending style mean you get to lift a little bit heavier, too, which is what the whole Super 30 program is about.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_single-arm-top-cable-flye.jpg" width="560" height="367" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Single-Arm Top Cable Flye</h6><p>There are no rest periods during this set. This is an all-out blitz until you hit 30 total reps for each arm by performing 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 reps with each arm.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>Your heart rate should already be elevated because your rest time has been so short throughout the workout, but we're not going to give it a break.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_jump-rope.jpg" width="560" height="396" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Tabata jump rope</h6><p>The Tabata protocol is great because it's high-intensity, fast, and efficient. It's a 4-minute cardio workout, so give this everything you've got. You'll jump rope for 20 seconds, rest for 10 seconds, and repeat until you hit 4 minutes total. You're going to be sweating your ass off by the end.</p><h3 class="article-title">Capurso Cue </h3><p>Now it's time to hit some steady-state cardio, but I want you to keep the intensity relatively high. The next 20 minutes will help you burn extra calories so you can lean down quickly. Go fast enough so you maintain your high heart rate, but not so fast that you quit after five minutes.</p><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/countdown-to-bigger-pecs_graphics_cellucor_stair-master.jpg" width="560" height="382" border="0" class="c17"/><h6 class="altH6 c18">Stairmill</h6><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/30daysout_coming-soon-banner_2.jpg" width="560" height="145" class="c17"/><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/cellucor/cellucor.htm"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2013/cellucor-banner.jpg" width="560" height="144" border="0" class="c19"/></a><br class="c20"/><h3 class="article-title">Recommended For You</h3><div class="c23" webReader="4.91414141414"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/stacked-caps-craig-capurso-heavy-volume-shoulder-workout.html"><img src="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2014/heavy-volume-shoulder-workout-cellucor-small.jpg" alt="" width="200" height="114"/></a><div class="c22" webReader="6.31818181818"><h4 class="c21"><a href="http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/stacked-caps-craig-capurso-heavy-volume-shoulder-workout.html">Stacked Caps: Craig Capurso's Heavy-Volume Shoulder Workout</a></h4><p style="display: inline;" class="webReader-styled">
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Countdown To Bigger Pecs: Craig Capurso Super 30 Chest Workout

Want to try one of the most brutal, effective chest workouts on the planet? Then you’re in the right place. This chest workout is a part of my Super 30 training program. I built it to help busy people get great results in the gym without sacrificing a lot of time. It’s fast, furious, full of heavy iron and short rest periods, and it will smoke your chest.

Super 30 consists of six exercises all done with different repetition schemes. Each of these rep schemes totals 30 reps. If that doesn’t already sound intense enough, your rest periods are also limited to 30 seconds between sets.

The lifting portion of this workout will only take you about 30 minutes. I get it, 30 minutes doesn’t seem like enough time to get results, but I promise: It’s plenty. We’re going heavy and we’re going hard. The limited rest you’ll get between sets and exercises means you’ll be moving for the entire 30 minutes. After that, you’ve got 30 minutes of cardio. Then you’re done.

That’s how Super 30 works: Put an hour of hard work in the gym, maximize your time and intensity while you’re there, and then get on with your day. Sure, you’ll like the extra free time you have, but you’ll like the results even better.

Don’t think it’ll work? Hit this chest workout. I guarantee you’ll come out a believer. It’s chest day, baby. Let’s grow!

Craig Capurso
Watch The Video – 14:53

A lot of people think they move fast in the gym. This workout will teach you that you’re not moving fast enough. When you rest for 30 seconds in between pushing heavy loads, you’re going to find it’s a completely different workout than you’ve been doing. The next 30 minutes are going to be intense. If you’re not sweating, you’re doing it wrong!

Capurso Cue

I put the decline bench into this workout because it targets the lower chest, but I also reversed the grip to engage the upper chest. So, this lift is a full-blown mass builder. I like doing this exercise in the Smith machine because it eliminates the need for a spotter. We’re going heavy! Using a machine is a much safer, smarter idea when you train alone.

Reverse-Grip Decline Bench Press

If you know me, you know that I like starting with the heavy portion of the workout. I want to push heavy weight first when I have all the energy. So get heavy! Take a few warm-up sets to work up to a heavy working weight. We’re only doing three reps at a time, so get aggressive.

Don’t forget to limit your rest to 30 seconds. It’s an essential part of this program. Keep a timer handy or a clock in your field of vision. Live and die by the clock.

Capurso Cue

Before you hit this 5×6 lift, do a small weight check to find your 5-rep max. Once you get there, focus on squeezing each rep and using your mind-muscle connection to move each pec individually, one side at a time.

Single-Arm Alternating Dumbbell Press

Push it. You only have 5 reps, so give it all you got. All the energy you expend during your rest—like picking up and dropping the weight—has been accounted for. I’m not letting you completely rest—that’s just part of the program. We’re doing our best to maximize intensity to get through these varying rep ranges.

Capurso cue

You might start fading a little bit here, so make sure you take an intra-workout supplement like branched chain amino acids to give your muscles some fuel and keep your endurance strong.

Seated Horizontal Hammer Press

If you can’t get the required reps on this exercise, it’s time to drop the weight. I don’t want you rest-pausing—that’s not part of the program—and you’re not allowed to quit early.

Capurso Cue

This workout is a great way for you to gauge your body and its reaction to training with heavy volume. I recommend sitting at a machine. You can use the cables if you want, but as you get further into this exercise, you may need the assistance.

Seated Machine Flye

As the weight gets heavy, your shoulders will come into play. That’s OK. Stay on track. Rest for 30 seconds and get back on. You’re pumped up, your muscles are engaged, and your mind is focused. There’s no time to talk.

Capurso Cue

You don’t see this exercise very often. It’s something that old-school bodybuilders used to do. It’s really an isometric squeeze. I’m going to push two 10-pound plates together really hard. If I could push through the plates, I would. Push the plates into each other and then press out. Focus on feeling those inner-chest fibers working.

Svend Press

Don’t be fooled by the light weight. I could actually do this without any weight and just squeeze my hands together. It’s a good pump. Get ready for this one; it sneaks up on you.

Capurso Cue

We do this exercise unilaterally so we can benefit from the ascending reps. You get a little bit of a break every time you alternate arms. These small breaks and the ascending style mean you get to lift a little bit heavier, too, which is what the whole Super 30 program is about.

Single-Arm Top Cable Flye

There are no rest periods during this set. This is an all-out blitz until you hit 30 total reps for each arm by performing 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 reps with each arm.

Capurso Cue

Your heart rate should already be elevated because your rest time has been so short throughout the workout, but we’re not going to give it a break.

Tabata jump rope

The Tabata protocol is great because it’s high-intensity, fast, and efficient. It’s a 4-minute cardio workout, so give this everything you’ve got. You’ll jump rope for 20 seconds, rest for 10 seconds, and repeat until you hit 4 minutes total. You’re going to be sweating your ass off by the end.

Capurso Cue

Now it’s time to hit some steady-state cardio, but I want you to keep the intensity relatively high. The next 20 minutes will help you burn extra calories so you can lean down quickly. Go fast enough so you maintain your high heart rate, but not so fast that you quit after five minutes.

Stairmill

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About The Author

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Countdown To Bigger Pecs: Craig Capurso Super 30 Chest Workout

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