Upper Body Success

This unusual view of Austin doing his press-ups serves to remind us that press-ups, plus pull-ups and dips, are the three key exercises for developing the chest and upper back (and the arms to some extent). If you maintain a good straight line in the press-ups, then it is good for the lower back too. And don’t forget the effect on those shoulder muscles! Austin looks pretty sweaty, and has obviously been working hard. Indeed, raising a sweat in any form of training is a just reward – shows you’ve put in the effort and tha the cardio aspect is working for you too!

Check out this proud Chinese guy – see what good results he has…

The outdoor gyms are great for pull-ups and dips:

Let’s take the opportunity for a back seat… classic pull-ups first, and then a bit of showing off:

I especially like that final pose, showing dominant rhomboids, lower delts and powerful lats pushing through.

Of course, there are far, far more chest pics out there than back pics. A selection showing excellent results completes this post – more inspiration for you:

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