Six Moves For A Sexier Chest
Work your pecs from all angles with these three supersets.
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One of the most neglected bodyparts for women is the chest, but strengthening these muscles not only improves performance but can also do nonsurgical wonders for your cup size. Check out these moves that work your pecs from all angles.
Perform these exercises in superset, done back-to back with no rest in between, and shoot for three rounds of 10 to 15 reps each.
Push-Up: Place your hands wider than shoulder-width apart to emphasize the middle chest.
Flat-Bench Alternating Dumbbell Press: Use one arm at a time to work each side of your chest individually.
Incline Push-Up: Place your hands wideon a flat bench or Smith machinebar to target your lower pecs. Note: The lower the incline, the harder the push-up.
Incline-Bench Dumbbell Press: Set the bench angle to about 45 degrees to directly hit the upper pecs.
Decline Push-Up: Place your feet on a flat bench or plyo box behind you with your hands wider than shoulder-width apart on the floor to hit your upper chest.
Decline Bench Medicine-Ball Press: Press the medicine ball straight toward the ceiling, not over your face, to target your lower pecs.