Chest, Arms, and Abs workout with the Hodgetwins aka TMW

Thanks again to TMW for lifting and sharing with us how they’ve made ALL KIIIIIIIIINDS OF GAINS. That guillotine press is the real deal!

Home Chest & Back Workout

six pack shortcut exposed: In this video I show you a quick home workout you can do for chest and back. This is a great workout to get started with at home if you don’t have a gym membership. And I will sometimes do this workout when I don’t have time to go to the gym, or when I’m traveling and don’t have gym access. Here’s the workout: SIDE TO SIDE PUSHUPS — 10 REPS. Move your hands wide apart as you go down, and close together when you reach the top of the pushup. Alternate sides, so that you are traveling side to side as you do your pushups. DUMBBELL FLYS — 10 REPS. Move the dumbbells up and down in a CIRCULAR motion, not a PRESSING motion like a bench pres. Keep your arms slightly bent. Isolate your chest as much as possible — you should feel your chest muscles squeezing together as you do this, and minimal tricep involvement. BENT ARM SIDE LATERAL — 10 REPS. Keep your arms bent at a 90 degree angle. Raise your arms upwards and to the side. You should feel this in your deltoid (shoulder) muscles primarily. If you are advanced, do this explosively like I do in the video. If you’re a beginner, use slower, more strict form and isolate your shoulders more. Be careful with too much back involvement if you’re first starting off (it may lead to injury if you’re not conditioned to explosive weight lifting moves). BENT OVER SIDE LATERAL — 10 REPS. Bend over at a 90 degree angle, so that your back is flat like a table top. You should feel a stretch in
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Home Chest & Bicep Workout

Click here to get abs: In this video, I show you another simple yet effective workout to do from home. I use a few of my favorite pushup variations in this one, as well as a simple dumbbell exercise to work your shoulders. PS — Use this link to share this video with your friends!
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Q&A: Why are my chest muscles so big?

Question by Semi: Why are my chest muscles so big?
I know most guys like big chest muscles but everyone at my school mistakes my chest muscles for man boobs. I am 15. 5’11”, and I weigh 175 pounds. I also bench press 225 pounds, so that is why they are big. However, I am sick of everybody making fun of my “man boobs” because they always make my body look weird in shirts. I am also not fat because I have a 4 almost 6 pack abs. And I know the answer is genetics and all but I’m wondering if anybody ever had the same problem. Thank you.

Best answer:

Answer by vince2093
All you could really do is stop working out

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will this get me close to a 6 pack and some chest growth in 6 weeks?

Question by thatguys09: will this get me close to a 6 pack and some chest growth in 6 weeks?
ok so im a skinny fairly out of shape guy weighing in at about 148lbs. i used to way 155 when i lifted in march and april but i got sick and missed out on alot of gym time so i am trying to get defined again. i used an online body fat calculator that came out to about 14.93 percent body fat going by waist, forearm, wrist, and hip size. here is what i am doing to get fit again.

2 days of chest and tri’s and shoulders work out a week mostly benching
2 days of back and bi’s work out a week
3 days of core a week
3 days of cardio normally a 15 minute interval run after i do my core exercise

im eating high protein and normal calories leaning towards around 2000-2200 cals a day.

if i continue this for 6 weeks could i be looking at 6 pack abs again and a larger chest, or should i expect it to take longer?

Best answer:

Answer by amanda
Anybodys abs will show if their body fat is low enough.
I say yes to abs!
Maybe more bench for the chest growth though

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