Lift your Chest Naturally with Incline Press

One of the most common complaints female clients have as they age is about their bustline. Gravity, unfortunately, begins taking a toll on those girls at a young age. There’s good news, though – you can give yourself a natural lift by working your pectoral muscles with the incline chest press.

The pectoral muscles sit below your breasts, which are mostly composed of fat tissue. While there’s not much you can do about the actual breast, you can create a solid foundation for the breast to sit upon, thereby giving yourself a natural chest lift.

The incline dumbbell chest press is optimal for targeting the key muscles in that area. Set your bench to a 30 degree incline. Sit on the bench, grab your dumbbells, and perform a set of 12 repetitions. Repeat 2 to 3 times.

The key to this exercise is to build muscle for the breast to lie upon. Using too light of a weight simply won’t provide enough impetus. Don’t be afraid of a heavier weight. The ideal weight is one that causes muscle failure within 8 to 12 repetitions. If you can keep going after 12 reps easily, you are not stimulating your muscles enough.

Do the incline chest press twice per week for optimal results, combining it with pushups, flat bench presses, and standing tubing flies.


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