A Quick Upper Body Workout for Muscle Gain

Trying to gain muscle but don’t have much time? Here’s a quick upper-body workout for muscle gain. I’m a college student as well and get how time is scarce and it’s only going to get worse from here on. This workout requires a dumbbell a barbell and a bench rack with configurable weights so if you don’t have access to those check out our follow up on upper body workouts without equipment.
As you have probably seen from the title this workout targets your upper body, meaning it’s better to pair it with a lower body workout. Let’s get right into the quick upper body workout for muscle gain

Quick Upper Body Workout

  1. The Benchpress, 4 sets of 6 reps. Targeting the greater part of the chest, so very crucial for upper body training.
Benchpress execution - StudentsFit
  1. The Barbell Curl, 3 sets of 8 reps. Biceps are a very important part of the overall look and strength of your body. Don’t skip these!
How to barbell curl - StudentsFit
  1. Barbell Rows, 3 sets of 8 reps. The rows target your rear back and give you the real-estate to create a big chest and overall big look.
  1. Seated tricep Extension, 3 sets of 8 reps. The first tricep exercise this workout, pro tip: use small dumbbells(not light by any means)
Tricep Extension - StudentsFit
  1. Bench Dips, 3 sets 8 reps. Really low resource exercise, you only need a bench! I’d say do 20 right now.
Tricep Dip - StudentsFit
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  1. Deadlifts, 4 sets 6 reps. Let’s close off with a nice compound exercise. Pump out your last bit of energy to make sure you feel accomplished after the workout
read this before doing your first deadlift (3) - StudentsFit
Deadlift Movement – StudentsFit

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