Chest and Triceps Workshops

Chest and Triceps Workshop

This workshop will cover key exercises and techniques for developing strength through your chest and triceps. If you want to build strength or develop tone through these key muscles groups then come along. You’ll run through different portions of the chest and cover exercises that target these different areas. You’ll use a range of equipment including bars, dumbbells and cables as well as your own bodyweight.

Who is it for?

FREE for all members interested in strengthening your Chest and Triceps or boosting your workouts. This workshop is ideal for beginners as well as experienced lifters who want to increase strength in their chest or triceps.

 

When are they happening?

2nd March 10:30-11:15

30th March 10:30-11:15

 

What will the workshop cover?

Training your chest is very beneficial for building your strength as well as working important other muscle groups such as shoulders, back and triceps. This makes any chest exercise fantastic for an all over upper body movement. Using a range of equipment will also incorporate smaller stabilising muscles to further increase the benefit. The triceps are the biggest muscle in your arms, and are used in many pushing based movements. Triceps can give the illusion of having big arms and can reduce the impact of bingo wings as long as your programme is designed correctly. Strong triceps can also help towards lifting heavier weights in lifts not solely focussed on the triceps. Using different variations to train your chest and triceps, you’ll run through a workout to perfect your form, help build your confidence and push yourselves while increasing your knowledge of weight lifting.

“Just because your Triceps have fallen behind your biceps, doesn’t mean you should back off your Tricep workouts” – Ronnie Coleman

 

How can I book on?

Members can book through our app UOP Sport, online or at either St Paul’s or Spinnaker Sports Centres

 


This workshop forms part of our gym programme launching in January 2019. For more information, please visit our gym programme page, check out our other articles or email sport@port.ac.uk.
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