I have been going to the gym for a long time now. And I see a lot of change in myself, the only thing that isn't growing is my upper chest and forearms. What could be the reason and do you guys prefer some workouts for it? Thankyou

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I have been going to the gym for a long time now. And I see a lot of change in myself, the only thing that isn’t growing is my upper chest and forearms. What could be the reason and do you guys prefer some workouts for it? Thankyou
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The upper part of the chest is the hardest to develop and always neglected as people often go mad benching. Start your chest session with an Incline exercise such as Incline dumbbell – barbell – Smith machine – hammer strength/type machines. After this throw in an Incline fly – dumbbell or cable. Make upper chest a priority and it will respond. As for your forearms there are various exercises you can do. Give it a Google you’ll find plenty on line and give them a few sets a couple times a week.
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Hey man, how much can you currently bench press and overhead press? Your upper chest will not hypertrophy until you’re really strong because as a natural lifter we don’t have same sensitivity in our androgen receptors (upper chest, shoulders, traps) compared to those who take steroids. Have you ever noticed that heavy steroid users tend to have massive traps, shoulders and upper pecs. This means that you must get really strong at presses in general. If you would like a free routine to bring up your upper chest I can hook you up
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