Chest & Triceps workout by Wedge Effect

Chest & Triceps Workout

Try this Chest & Triceps Workout with a Workout Wedge and you’ll be amazed with the results! The chest muscle (or pectoral muscles) is a muscle group that is very popular in the male workout programs. Most women think that chest development should be left to the men. In fact, most females are under the impression that chest training should be left out of the picture, mainly because they are afraid their breasts will get smaller. This is actually the opposite!

Breasts are made of fat tissue, so when you work out, you lose the fat in your body. That is logical. But your boobs are not getting smaller while doing chest exercises, they are getting smaller while doing cardio. Breasts will not grow with exercise, but the muscles underneath them can develop. By working out your chest they can become perkier and “pop“ a little so that it will give the illusion that they’re larger. Actually, if you have smaller boobs, they will become visually bigger, because of the muscles underneath.

Chest & Triceps Unisex Workout:


x10 Standard Wedge Push-ups
x10 Wide Wedge Push-ups
x10 Diamond Wedge Push-ups
x10 Bodyweight Dips
x10 Crabs Bridge Up w/ Alt Toe Touch
x10 Body Ups

Repeat x3 rounds.


Backed by science, using Athos Technology, an experiment conducted revealed up to an 88% increase in muscle activation and a reduction in strain when using the Workout Wedge.

Exercise Dictionary
Push-up:

When it comes to push-ups, your form is crucial. Each push up needs to be done perfectly so that your total reps measured from workout to workout are on equal footing. Pushups are not only great for your chest, but do a tremendous job of defining your abs, triceps, shoulders, and torso. Pushups will improve muscular endurance within the upper body, strengthen both muscles and bones, create lean muscle mass that raises your metabolism and, of course, help keep you fit and healthy.

How To:
• Your arms should be straight and supporting your weight. Set your hands at a distance that is slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Your head should be looking slightly ahead of you, not straight down.
• With your arms straight, butt clenched, and abs braced, steadily lower yourself until your elbows are at a 90-degree angle or smaller.
• Once your chest touches the floor (or your arms go down to a 90-degree angle), pause slightly and then explode back up until you’re back in the same position.
• Repeat exercise.