Best way to workout chest

In this video I show you the best place to workout your chest for optimal results and safety – its not what you think. I also show you how to easily get the heaviest of dumbbells into the starting position for chest exercises, even at home without any equipment. Sound too good to be true? Its not!
If I am forced to do a chest workout at a gym, guess where I do it? Can you get huge working out at home?

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  1. scooby1961 / January 8, 2015

    The key point of this video is how to get a very heavy dumbbell safely into
    the start position while lifting on the floor, see t=2:40 for that

    • Al Raakin / September 22, 2015

      +scooby1961 You have lower Back Problems?

    • Mr Kappa / November 13, 2015

      +scooby1961 um, are u 100% sure that maximal chest activation is enabled
      with the elbow positions u showed in the video? From my personal
      experience, when flaring out the elbows like that, it doesn’t work the
      chest as much, but ah well, thnx for giving me the idea, I don’t know how I
      couldn’t have thought of that XD I just do 1 arm dumbbell press on the side
      of my bed (so my elbow can go deeper, which gives me a better squeeze) so
      I’ll have to wait a few days till I get back to the dumbbell press, then
      I’ll try ur style 🙂

  2. scooby1961 / November 5, 2015

    STOP BUYING VITAMINS! They are a waste of money for 99% of you! Read more

    http://scoobysworkshop.com/2015/11/01/why-you-should-stop-taking-vitamins/

    • Will R / February 23, 2016

      +MARTYRAW RAW tried your way In the gym and it works bro! I also threw in
      dips and pull ups, right after the work out I feel that intense burn :p

    • MARTYRAW RAW / February 23, 2016

      Nice at the end of the week go heavy or light and high volume. Don’t forget
      that protein:)

    • maharoof bm / February 25, 2016

      +Will R stql

  3. blkgixxerslvr / March 6, 2016

    Awesome chest! But those legs……

  4. ConstellationX1 / March 15, 2016

    oh man, I can’t wait to bring my pillows to the gym.

  5. Abby Gayle / May 3, 2016

    Lots of comments from jealous guys on here. Thank you for sharing these
    tips .

  6. harrysunnn / June 17, 2016

    LOL at everyone saying you need to go past parallel, this dude has an
    Arnold-esque chest and stops at the floor.

  7. Tony .Bouquet / July 2, 2016

    Right on Scooby, I do this while laying on my Jiu jitsu mats…

  8. Bob Swagger / July 22, 2016

    I just watched a video about bench pressing by the “Buff Dudes” and they
    said range of motion IS very important. Now im confused

    • Bob Swagger / July 23, 2016

      Yea, I dont need anymore injuries myself. I would like to gain lean mass. I
      am in great shape just hard to gain weight being so tall. Your physique is
      ideal to what Im going for. Im not new to lifting, just always looking for
      more tips/advice

    • Max Titus / July 28, 2016

      It is. He merely does the bench press wrong lol. Your supposed to roll back
      your shoulder blades and do not flare your elbows. Scooby does not know wtf
      he’s talking about.

    • Bob Swagger / August 1, 2016

      +Max Titus Oh ok. Everyone seems to have a different opinion about proper
      weight lifting. Idk where to even start

    • Painis Cupcake / August 3, 2016

      In order to bench press safely the conventional way (bar touching chest)
      the angle between the upper arm and the upper body should be like 45
      degrees (or less) when viewed from the top. Bench pressing with the bar
      touching the chest and upper arms at close to 90 degrees from upper body is
      shoulder-suicide. If you want to press with an angle of more than 45
      degrees, Scoobys method is probably the safest bet. If he went lower than
      elbows to floor with the same angle as in this video, his shoulders would
      probably start complaining

    • Κώστας Λύτος / August 5, 2016

      Scooby’s method is safe. The problem is that you can’t do easily strength
      gains with that. If you want to gain weight you have to lift heavier. To do
      that you have to benchpress the proper way. If you dont do it the proper
      way you will get injured. You can do the buff dudes method first and then
      the scooby for last sets. In this way you will gain optimum and you will
      safe.

  9. S.M- 42 / July 22, 2016

    awesome Scooby! outstanding information, thanks for the great advice and
    teach me the correct way to do things without getting injured I’m new to
    the sport and looking forward to some good healthy gains thanks again stay
    strong.

  10. Robert Shepherd / July 24, 2016

    Looks like your 69n

  11. Muttley / August 2, 2016

    This guy is all over the internet because of his chest!
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3719485/Rude-workout-snap-gone-viral-Internet-t-unsee-it.html#comments
    

    • tim gradeen / August 2, 2016

      “An image of a young man exercising has been viewed thousands of times”
      haha they really compliment him! Hope he sees it! didint know 50 – 56 was
      young!

  12. scooby1961 / August 2, 2016

    Oh god, article is also on the Sun. Funny thing is they dont even know the
    screenshot came from this video.
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/1535920/can-you-spot-whats-rude-about-this-mans-workout-snap-once-you-notice-it-you-wont-be-able-to-unsee-it/
    

    • Muttley / August 2, 2016

      As soon as I saw it I recognised you :).

  13. nissanka007 / August 3, 2016

    just wanted to see it again, happy 10

  14. FURIArts / August 3, 2016

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  15. Lil Boat / August 5, 2016

    Look at this dudes legs ????????

    • Game Benchmarks And Tech Demos / August 5, 2016

      He’s actually got good legs but lying down with legs in that position is
      not that flattering for legs

    • scooby1961 / August 6, 2016

      If that comment makes you feel superior and good about yourself then I am
      happy for you.

  16. Norman Gunn / August 6, 2016

    Great vid. Have had problems with chest press and shoulder pain. This has
    been great advice. Add chest my last two sessions and have had zero pain in
    shoulders.

  17. pordoncojinhoeface “George Jackson” totardio-millsniffius / August 6, 2016

    Going to try this on monday. I also do chest on the floor but I use couch
    cushions for ROM

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