Intense Chest Workouts for Women
Including chest exercises in your workout routine does not have to mean dumbbell bench press and rounds and rounds of push-ups. Those WILL help you. Sometimes the chest is one focus of a workout, but the other goal is to get a good cardio workout in. Is there any chest workouts that work the chest but can also raise the heartrate? Yes, burpees. The proper way to do a [jumping] burpee is to start from a standing position, bring your hands toward the ground, push your feet back to a push-up position, complete a push-up, bring your feet back toward your hands, and jump. Sarah uses burpees a lot in her Daily Sweat program, as well as Daily Core. These don’t sound too hard until you try them. Then you realize that 3 sets of 12 can take your heart rate off the charts. This is one example of incorporating a traditional chest workout (push-ups) into a high-intensity cardio workout. There are other examples of these workouts that Sarah uses every day in her plan – push-ups to rows, bridge dumbbell flyes, etc… Take a look at Daily Sweat to get a great chest workout that also works the rest of the body.