Do you have a good workout routine for beginner to get defined pectorals?

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  1. Ren69

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    Hello, i dont know where post this thread, sorry if i am causing problems with it.

    I am begginer in workout, and i want to get a good routine to get well defined pectorals, that is the part of my body i want to get better, and sure for my arms, arms routines you get everywhere im sure these work, but pecs routines i dont know what to do exactly.

    thanks a lot.
     
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    Chest presses. Chest isolation exercises with weights. Push ups.
     
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    I actually recommend perfect pushups they come with a good workout.
     
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    Get a bench, and do incline bench presses, and incline chest flys. Dont overdo the excercises, and make sure you have at least a days rest between. Control your diet, cos all you will get if you have a covering of fat is a decent pair of man-tits, which is never a good look. There are loads of sites listed on Google giving excellent tips.
     
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    Ditto on the push-ups. The amount of weight that you are 'pushing up' is ~2/3 of your body weight fwiw.
     
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