Activities Sports & Athletics 30-Minute Bodybuilding Specialization Workout Routine for Chest Stimulate Your Chest Muscle Fibers Into Growth with This Chest Workout Routine Share PINTEREST Email Print Side Chest. Photo Credit: Lina Rivera (c)2008 Sports & Athletics Bodybuilding Training & Routines Basics Health & Safety Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Hugo Rivera Hugo Rivera is a nationally ranked competitive bodybuilder. He has written several books on fitness and bodybuilding, including "The Body Sculpting Bible." our editorial process Hugo Rivera Updated March 06, 2017 If you are looking to stimulate some new muscle growth in your chest muscles I have a 30-minute chest workout routine that is guaranteed to set the chest on fire! I have used this workout routine with great results and I can guarantee you that I am in some serious pain after performing this 30-minute workout for Chest.This workout is fast paced and it involves the use of trisets and supersets. A triset is three exercises performed one after the other with no rest in between. You only rest the prescribed amount of time after the third exercise. A superset is the same as a triset but with only two exercises in the circuit.It is important to understand that this routine is for the more advanced bodybuilders that visit this website who have at least a solid year and a half of training under their belt. If you are a beginner, you are better served by the routines presented on my Getting Started in Bodybuilding article.Without further ado, here is my specialization workout for chest for those brave souls out there who are looking to cause some new growth. 30 Minute Bodybuilding Specialization Workout Routine for Chest (Triset) Incline Dumbbell Press 4 sets of 4-8 reps (no rest)Incline Dumbbell Flyes 4 sets of 8-10 reps (no rest)Incline Dumbbell Press 4 sets of as many reps as possible (1 minute rest)Note: Use the same dumbbells you used for the Flyes. You may need to decrease the weight in order to stay within the recommended repetition ranges for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th trisets. (Superset) Dumbbell Bench Press 3 sets of 4-8 reps (no rest)Weighted Chest Dips 3 sets of 10-12 reps (1 minute rest) (Superset) Dumbbell Flyes 3 sets of 12-15 reps (no rest)Push-Ups 3 sets of 15-18 reps (1 minute rest)Note: If you cannot do Dips yet due to lack of strength, try the Gravitron Machine. If there is no Gravitron Machine available at your gym and no dip machine either, then substitute Dips with Pushups.Follow this workout with either a protein shake that contains carbs as well or 6 ounces of chicken breast (3 ounces if you are female), vegetables, and a carb like baked potato or rice in order to maximize recovery and get the muscle growth process started. Workout Split To Use For workouts like this, I like to use a one body part per day training split. A one body part training split is designed in such a way that only one muscle group is targeted in each bodybuilding workout. This is a great way to train for very advanced bodybuilders who are significantly strong and can generate such a high level of intensity in each workout that training less frequently will allow for better results and recovery.There are two advantages to this workout split:1.It allows the advanced bodybuilder to just concentrate on the body part at hand and work it from all possible angles. At an advanced level, the goal is to not only build new muscle mass but also to correct any imbalances and achieve perfect symmetry (or harmony between body parts).2.It allows the muscle to better recover from the high volume and intensity required from this advanced level of training.Below you will find good examples of how I would set up my one muscle group per day training split in order to prioritize my chest. Monday: Chest/Calves Tuesday: Hamstrings/Abs Wednesday: Arms Thursday: Shoulders/Calves Friday: Quadriceps/Abs Saturday: Back/Abs Sunday: Rest Conclusion Try this workout out for four weeks before changing to another one and feel free to alter the order of the exercises every week in order to keep things different for your body.