Chest Exercise and Diabetes 

There is are a lot of benefit when it come to chest exercise and diabetes, do you know that building up your chest muscle is great for posture, more strength in the neck, chest and back area. A firm chest will also lower the risk of diabetes, cancer and other illnesses that comes with extra body fat.


So below with will find some great exercise that will help you great stronger, burn fat and control blood sugar.

There will be a step by step instructions, illustrations and video on how to to each correctly.

Make sure that you have multiple weights so as you get stronger you can increase and challenge your muscles.

If you’re starting off with these exercise, start off with a lighter weight and then work yourself up to a heavier weight when needed.

Below you will see the step by step explanation and video of the exercises please scroll down and take a look.

Barbell Exercise  


Barbell Chest Press

Step 1 -  Lie down on flat workout bench. Hold weighted straight bar directly over chest.

Step 2 -  Slowly lower the bar to the middle chest area.

Step 3 -  Press the bar up to the starting position and exhale.


Decline Barbell Chest Press

Step 1 -  Lie down on decline workout bench. Hold weighted straight bar directly over chest.

Step 2 -  Slowly lower the bar to the middle chest area.

Step 3 -  Press the bar up to the starting position and exhale.


Incline Barbell Chest Press

Step 1 -  Lie down on incline workout bench. Hold weighted straight bar directly over chest.

Step 2 -  Slowly lower the bar to the middle chest area.

Step 3 -  Press the bar up to the starting position and exhale.

More Barbell Chest Exercise  


Dumbbell Chest Exercise  

Dumbbell Press

Step 1 - Lie down on flat bench. Position dumbbells near outside of chest area.

Step 2 - Press the dumbbell up, just short of locking elbows. Exhale as you press the weight up.

Step 3 Lower dumbbells back to start position. Repeat the exercise.


Incline dumbbell chest press

Step 1 - Lie on a angle bench. Position dumbbell at shoulder/chest level.

Step 2 - Press dumbbell up, just short of locking elbows.

Step 3 - Slowly lower dumbbells until you feel a light stretch in the chest. Repeat.

Alternating Dumbbell Chest Press

Step 1 - Position balance ball on upper back. With both arms extended, lower one dumbbell to your chest/shoulder area and press it back up.

Step 2 - Repeat the exercise on the opposite side in alternating fashion. Exhale as you push the weight up.



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So before you can see any benefits from any of the exercise above you must make sure that you build a great workout routine. 

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