The Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development


Do you pass the Steve Reeves test for knowing if you have great upper pectoral development?

What is the the Steve Reeves test and how do you perform it?

The Steve Reeves test is simple. Stand erect facing a mirror with your arms stretched up overhead (the double biceps pose is another way to do it as well) and If you can still notice your upper pectorals then you pass the Steve Reeves test and do not need to make upper pectorals a priority.

However, if the upper pectorals disappear and flatten out, then you need to devote more time to targeting the upper pectorals during your training.

You see, anyone can think they have the infamous upper pectoral development standing tall with your arms down but if your upper pec development goes away or becomes unnoticeable and flat as soon as you lift your arms over your head, then you need to devote some more time to this area.

Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 1
Image: Steve Reeves Victory Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 1)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 2
Image: Steve Reeves Victory Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 2)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 3
Image: Steve Reeves Double Biceps Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 3)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 4
Image: Steve Reeves Double Biceps Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 4)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 5
Image: Steve Reeves Victory Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 5)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 6
Image: Steve Reeves Double Biceps Pose (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 6)
Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 7
Image: Steve Reeves Posing (Steve Reeves Test for Upper Pectoral Development part 7)

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