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Your breasts are made up of two major muscles – the Pectoralis Major and Pectoralis Minor as well as many smaller muscles. These muscles lie underneath the breast tissue and on the breastbone, and connect to the humerus (the arm bone closest to your shoulder joint). Your chest plays a major part in helping to bring your arms across your body and your shoulder forward.These exercise target your upper ,middle or lower chest muscles and therefore result in a firmer bust.
A push-up is a great compound exercise that not only works your chest but also your shoulder,back and core muscles.
This exercise works not only your chest muscles but triceps too.The unstable surface of a stability ball also works your core muscles and helps to improve balance and co-ordination.
While the exercise does focus on your triceps.
Your will find the move works your chest during the 'slaming' motion.
Flyes are different to a bench press because it is an isolated movement,which means you are using just one joint to work your muscle.
This exercise uses your pecs during the push-up phase and also while helping to stabilise your body before you jump into the air.
Incoporating an uneven surface like the medicine ball help increase your balance and core stability.
This isolation exercise focuses on your chest muscles without the help from other major muscle groups.
The exercise requires your muscles to contract without any change in the length of the muscle therefore it helps to tone without muscle growing in the size.
The muscles are working hard but without the resistance of a weight.