Pectoral Exercises for Women at Home.. Pec Press= lay down lift weights straight up.. Modified Push-up= cross legs bend at knee for push-up.. Isometric Chest Contractions= hand towel in front of you, pull and hold for 1min. rest for 30 sec.
standin chest fly While this exercise mainly works on your shoulders, there are some benefits for your chest muscles as well. 1. Stand or sit upright, with tummy tight and bend your elbows while holding the dumbbells. 2. Press your palms together. Hold for two seconds and release. Repeat 10-15 times.
When it comes to training specific body areas for body enhancement the pectoral muscles of the chest often don't rate highly on most women's list of priorities. We're usually too obsessed with legs, butt and abs. But there are many reasons you shouldn't completely forego training your chest.