Pectoral Exercises Firm Up Your Breasts And Along The Way.............................

Stronger Pecs for Holding up Breasts Firmly

Pectoral exercises produce stronger pecs that lend good support to hold up firm my breasts so that they would not sag that easily due to gravity and age.

U-m-m...You get the picture?

Hey, come on, who doesn't want a pair of firm breasts that will make you look great and downright gorgeous when you wear strapless, low-cut dresses or any other clothes?

One thing though,

If you're overweight, some of the excess fat is being stored in your breasts that make your breasts appear larger and saggy.

You know, I was in this dilemma......

Until I do these really great toning exercises for my pecs and also eat a healthy weight loss diet.

Whoa! I slice off this extra fat fast. And my breasts look smaller and become firmer.

Get Acquainted with your Pectoral Muscles

push ups are one way to exercise your pectoral muscles

Let me quickly run through what muscles make up your pectorals so that you've better idea when working your pecs out.

Your pectorals consist of:

  • The Pectoralis Major - A large fan-like muscle with a part of it attached to your collarbone and runs up to your upper arm

    The other part of your pectorals runs from your breastbone, in the center of your chest, across your chest and up to the top of your upper arm in a diagonal direction.

  • The Pectoralis Minor - A smaller muscle lying beneath the pectoralis major, extending from your breastbone to your upper arm

As your pectorals are fanned out over your rig cage, when each side is worked on with pectoral exercises, they sort of "expand" over your rib cage.

There's a line down the center of your pecs, which is where the muscle is attached to the rib cage in the front.

When your pecs are strengthened, the result is amazing - the depth of this line is increased, creating the impression of deep cleavages for us ladies.

Don't understand all this?

Never mind.

As long as you grasp hold of the idea that pectoral exercises are going to help you sculpting strong chest and shaping-firm your breasts.

The rest, as they say, is peripheral.....

The Pectoral Routine

I'm going to take you through pectoral exercises that will help keep your pecs in tip-top condition.

All set to do the exercises now?

1: The Push Up

This pectoral exercise has been used frequently to work those pecs of yours to top forms

Getting Into Position

Kneel down on a mat, position your hands and knees so that knees are directly under your hips and hands are slightly in front of your shoulders.

Push yourself up by straightening your arms and extend legs straight out behind you so that you're supporting your weight on your toes and hands.

Pull your abdominals in, keep entire spine straight.

The Exercise

Inhale, lower your entire body toward the mat by bending your elbows down and out to the side.

When you come as close as you can to touching your chest to the mat, exhale, raise up to the starting position.

Do 12 repetitions.

For exercises 2 & 3, you'll need a step and dumbbells ranging from 2, 3 and 5 pounds to do the exercises

As a general rule of thumb, you should start off using no dumbbells. Then add 2, 3 and 5 pound dumbbells when you're ready for more challenging workout

2: The Chest Extension

This pectoral exercise works not only your pecs, also your shoulders and back of arms

Getting Into Position

Lie on your step (with 2 sets of risers underneath, about 4 to 6 inches high), your knees bent, feet flat on the floor, head resting on the step.

Grasp a dumbbell in each hand, straighten your arms directly over shoulders so that your elbows are slightly bent, palms facing in and the dumbbells touching each other.

The Exercise

Inhale, slowly lower your arms, bend elbows a bit more, bring arms out to the side.

In the most downward position your elbows will be bent about halfway, hands a few inches above floor level.

Hold for few seconds at bottom of movement until you feel a stretch through your chest.

Exhale, return to the starting position.

Do 12 repetitions.

3: The Pullover

This pectoral exercise is a great pec toner, working not only on your pecs but on your upper back as well as your shoulder and arms

Use a step with 2 sets of risers underneath (about 4 to 6 inches high).

Getting Into Position

Lie on step lengthwise with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor, head resting on the end of the step.

Grasp the underside of one end of a dumbbell in both hands, palms facing upward and thumbs overlapping.

Extend your arms slightly past shoulders while keeping a slight bend in the elbows.

The Exercise

Inhale, keeping the slight bend in your elbows, lower the dumbbell back behind your head in an arc like path, bending arms until you feel a stretch in your chest and rib cage.

Hold for a few seconds at bottom of movement for an additional stretch.

Exhale, lift the weight back up to the starting position, retracing the arc like path.

Do 12 repetitions.

Firmer Breasts, Sexier Cleavages!

Hey, you're done with the routine of pectoral exercises!

Is it hard work for you?

Never mind.

Compensate it for the thrilling experience of seeing your chest firm up after a couple of weeks.......

So, come on, girls, get started!

The returns are many folds -

Firmer breasts, sexier cleavages in your breasts, no saggy breasts....

Compliment is due!

You'll look breathtakingly sexy and gorgeous in any kinds of dresses!

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