When my wife asked me to set up a routine for her, she was surprised when I included chest exercises. Women usually neglect their pecs, and they mainly focus on their legs, butts, arms and abs which is a huge mistake.
An efficient routine must work all the muscle groups no matter if it is made for men or women.
My wife thought that if she does bench presses and push ups her breasts will change, and she will look like a man. It is a huge misconception!
Why should women train chest?
There are several questions related to exercises for chest for women.
They will not make your breasts smaller. The size of your breasts depends on the amount of fat since they are made up from that. Hence, if you train your pectoralis muscles, you work the muscles under it. Your breast size is going to be smaller if you lower the level of the fat in your body that mainly depends on your diet.
Will women chest exercises lift breasts high and make them look bigger? Yes! They may look larger since the amount of muscles under them are more. And since that muscles underneath are firmer, your boobs may be higher.
Finally, we must not forget about the that firm pectoralis muscles help to perform other exercises more accurately, just like planks, mountain climbers, burpees, etc.
Overall, you need to include chest training in your program.
What are the best chest exercises for women?
Almost the same ones as for men.
Push ups work the entire upper body not just your pecs but also your shoulders and triceps. Push up variations are the most significant chest exercises without weights. If you are beginner do push ups knelling then you can move on to more complicated movements.
Here is a tutorial.
Bench press with dumbbells or barbell. They are the most valuable weight exercises for chest. Start it with a barbell since it is easier to control the motion. I believe dumbbell press is far better since it let us focus on the muscles better and works other secondary muscles. There are incline and decline variations of them.
Learn how to do them correctly below.
Dumbbell Flyes are beneficial moves to stretch and widen your pecs, but it is important to perform this move precisely. You should do it as if you want to hug the trunk of an enormous tree. Among the chest exercises with dumbbells this is the one that I really recommend for women.
Watch the tutorial below.
If you do these exercises and their variations, you can stimulate your pectoralis muscles efficiently. However, there are several other moves as you can see from the videos and pictures below, such as ones with cable machines and medicine ball.
Now let’s see some workout routines and other suggestions.
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Cable machine is among the most powerful tools for women to work the upper body at the gym. Cable press is a great alternative for bench presses, and it is suitable for beginners.
The dumbbell front raise is a perfect move for working the shoulders, but for controlling the movement the upper chest muscles should take place as well.
I love body weight exercises, and this video is a real example that you do not need weights to have complete workouts.
In this video, several push up variations are presented that need existing strength. Some of them are especially hard, so I recommend these moves for those who are on a higher fitness level. You can do this routine at home.
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In this video, you can learn everything about woman chest training. Dip is also presented which is mainly for triceps but because of the position of the body it works the pecs efficiently.
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That is all ladies! I hope you know now how to strengthen and tone your chest. If you have not done any workouts before, you need to learn how to perform the moves correctly. Once you get familiar with these movements increase the number of reps and sets gradually and try harder moves.
Breast implants and chest exercises?
I have seen this question so many times on various forums, but there are no clear answers. Someone says it is OK to work out others recommend avoiding it. The best is that if you go to your doctor ask his advice.
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