The target of this chest workout is to achieve the best pump possible. We are not doing just one set and then resting; we are doing Flyes-bench, incline dumbbell presses-cable crossovers—anything it takes to force more blood into the chest.
Keeping it simple is always best. And on chest routine, giving our best effort to a few exercises is often way better than trying to work on lots of movements, but tiring out before reaching the finish. If you find that you can not bench without shoulder pain, do not force yourself for it. And even if you can bench without pain, do yourself a favor and work on your posture and lower traps with the tips I lay out in my infographic and follow these top chest exercises:
This high-volume, high-pump workout hits every angle of the chest and takes about 45 minutes from start to finish. By the end, you will have hit your chest from line to line. This is a workout you can do every day and twist anyway you want to suit your goal. For bigger and stronger chest workout exercises this article gives a better way to complete the task.
After putting your pecs through this strong routine, you will walk out the gym door with an amazing pump.