Home chest workout. NO equipment needed for these chest workouts. It will suit both beginners and extreme people - fashionfitify  



             What's up guys and welcome to the fashion fitify and today we're going to do a chest workout that you can do anywhere without any equipment needed.

             Let's get started with the workout what we're going to do today is I'm going to show you how to do each and every exercise so let's get started.

1. PUSH-UPS:

home chest workout



             Alright so the first exercise, we're going to start from one of the most foundational movements push-ups. 

            All right so for push-ups as most of you know you're going to get down into a high plank position your feet either can be a little bit wider apart for more stability. 

             If you want to make it harder keep your feet together shoulders should be in line with your wrists you want to push down you don't want to be you don't want to have your shoulders next to your ears you're to keep them down pushing into the ground. 

             Okay, now next thing you want to do to keep those elbows tucked in to keep that back straight and that core tight you're gonna slowly go down with your elbows tucked in almost touching the ground and then push right back upright that's pretty much it. 

    For Beginners:


2. DIAMOND PUSH-UPS:

home chest workout



            So the next movement that we're going to do is a diamond push-up so basically, everything stays the same from when we did a push-up except this time. 

            You're bringing your hands into a diamond shape to the middle this is going to not only get your chest it's also going to get your triceps as well so the way we do this you're going to get down on the ground just like before. 

             But your hands get into a diamond still your back straight your core tight you're keeping those shoulders down you're not having them next to your ear you have them down keep pushing down go down keep those elbows tucked and press back up flex your chest come back down same thing flex that chest every time you come up all right and that's how you do a diamond push-up. 

    For beginners:

             So if you want to make it easier for yourself again just like the regular push-up you can have your diamond here your knees on the ground come down push back up and that's how you do an easier version of the diamond push-up all right. 

3. WALKOUT WITH PUSH-UPS:

home chest workout

             So the next exercise we're going to do is a walkout with a push-up. All right so we're kind of adding more and more stuff to these movements as you can see so on this one instead of us being stationary on a push-up. 

             What you're going to do is stand. Stand up straight core tight you're going to reach down walk out almost like a stationary bear crawl okay now you're gonna perform that push-up come back up walk back and stand back up pretty simple. 

    For beginners:

             If you want to make it easier for yourself the same thing goes down go into that walk out bring your knees down perform that push knees up and walk back up all right that's pretty much it that's how you do a walkout with a push-up. 

4. BALLISTIC PULSES:

             Let's get on to the next movement all right so the next movement that we're going to do is a ballistic pulse there are two ways. 

             That you can do this you can make it the hard version or the easy version but they all start out the same. so what you're going to do is get into a bear crawl position so your knees are about an inch in an inch or an inch and a half off the ground your shoulders in line with your wrists all right this is pretty much the position you want to be in keep that back straight in that core tight. 

    For beginners:

             Now the easy version of a ballistic pulse all you're going to do is go down and come up very small movement down and up-down just enough to where your knees are right above the ground and then push back up it's like doing a mini push-up. 

    Challenge:

             If you really want to challenge yourself and push yourself to your limits you can do the harder version of this. 

            Which involves a small jump so all you're going to do is go down up up up now I know I'm going slow there but you're going to go a lot faster if you want to make this harder so one two three four five all right make sure not to lock the elbows out you don't want to injure yourself you want to make sure to catch yourself and push back all right and that's how you do a ballistic pulse. 

5. ARCHER PUSH-UPS:

home chest workout


            The last exercise is an archer push-up so these are much more challenging. 

              So I want you to be careful doing these with an archer push-up you're going to get down on the ground with your hands in a wide stance your fingers should be pointing to your sides all right or away from you. 

              So all you're gonna do keep that back straight keep that core tight and instead of going down straight you're gonna go to one side so go to one side hold and press back up go to the other side hold press back up the all right same thing and up it is a hard version of a push-up also because you're putting so much pressure on one side on your shoulder and your chest. 

    For beginners:

            So want to make it easier for yourself the same thing as before keep those knees on the ground if you want hands still wide you can go down come back up the same thing always make it easier by putting your knees on the ground. 

CONCLUSION:

            It'll help tons all right now you know how to do all the movements let's get started with the workout itself is going to be two sets per movement you can do 15 reps per exercise.