I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM, and this is chest and upper back workouts for men. The best way to target the chest and the upper back in the same workout is to pair the two muscle groups together. You can do this by simply getting a bench and a set of dumbbells. Let me show you four great moves that you can pair back-to-back for a great workout. First, we'll begin with a dumbbell incline chest press. Lay back with dumbbells positioned out to the sides with bent elbows. From here, keep the shoulders down, away from the ears, abs pulled in. We're going to press straight up and control the weight as you lower it. Press straight up. Control the weight as you lower it. It's going to hit the mid and upper chest. From here, you can immediately turn over. Set the weights down on each side of the bench. Lay in a prone position, face down. Take the weights here. Keep the glutes engaged, the chest slightly up. We're going to row our elbows vertically towards the ceiling. So, up, control it down, up, retracting the scapula at the top of the movement, really targeting the rhomboids, the muscles in the upper back. Control it on the way down. With the next pairing, we'll adjust the bench to a flat position, and we'll go into dumbbell chest flies. Lay on our back. Extend the dumbbells straight up over head. Put a light bend in the elbow as you lower the weights out to the sides slowly, until you get that stretch, and then return to starting position. Deep breath in, exhale, and fly out. You can then pair that movement with a dumbbell row. Position your knee and hand on the same side of the body on the bench, and position the leg on the side of the dumbbell, out to the side, in a wide stance. Maintain a flat back with a neutral arch. Grab the dumbbell, and pull it right along your side. Row it up and in. Keep the arm close to the body. Control the weight down. Draw it up. Control the weight down. Those are four great exercises you can pair together to work the chest and the upper back. I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM.