Some of the most amazing exercises for developing muscle and increasing chest definition are done using one of the most available tools for bodybuilders: the dumbbell. Three of the best chest exercises using dumbbells that are proven to be the most effective to enhance the look of your chest are discussed below.

Inclined Bench Press

Undoubtedly, this is the exercise that’s most efficient to get the ideal chest. This exercise wont only give you a broder upper chest, but will make your frame become wider from the front side, causing your torso to narrow. Perform this demanding exercise with your bench set at 45-degrees. Another benefit of doing this exercise is that any sagging skin that you have on your chest will tighten.

Inclined Chest Flys

This exercise is ideal for developing stabilizing chest muscles. You should not use too much weight to begin until you get used to the difficulty of maintaining the range of motion. Set the bench to an incline of 45 degrees and lift the weights up at a 90 degree angle all the way to the back of the bench. Do not bring the weights too far back as this can cause shoulder injuries. Doing this exercise is amazing for getting rid of those man boobs, as it works your inner and outer chest muscles, all while sculpting the shoulders. Keep in mind that you must use light weights and then slowly move to more difficult challenges.

Declined Chest Flys

This exercise is highly recommended if you want to develop your chest muscles but is definitely not easy to perform. Due to this difficulty, its essential that you perform the aforementioned exercises so that your upper chest is able to withstand the challenge. If you develop your upper chest first, you wont have that bottom-heavy look that happens because of developing your lower chest first.

This exercise is perfect for eliminating gynecomastia, which are typically known as man boobs. Inclined chest flies start by eliminating slowly your man boobs, while the restricted chest flys completely rid your body of them.

Source by Jack A Bush