Chest Workouts for Bikini Season

Chest Workouts For Bikini Season

It may not seem like it but warm weather is just around the corner. Don’t wait for the last minute to get the bikini cleavage of your dreams. Your chest is made up of two muscle groups the pectoralis major and pectoralis minor. When enhancing chest muscles you want to formulate workouts that include these muscles.

Concentrating on back muscles are key as well, improving your posture is one of the best ways to enhance the appearance of your bust line. Below you will find simple workouts to help you naturally improve your bust without the help of a wonder bra bikini top.

Bikini Season Push-Up

This strengthening exercise works multiple muscle groups and easy to accomplish at home or in the gym. Not only will this workout give your bust a boost but it help you maintain strength for performing everyday tasks. Get into traditional push-up position with one hand on a step, medicine ball or kettlebell (laid down on it’s side) to create an uneven dynamic. This workout creates lean muscle mass and can be done 3-5 times a week. Perform this move with 4 sets for 8 reps.

Works shoulders, triceps and chest

Chest Pass: Grab a medicine ball and get to work! While lying supine on the floor throw a 6-8 pound medicine ball up in the air with force catching it each time at chest level. Repeat this for 25 reps.

Works the chest, shoulder and triceps

Single Arm Chest Press: This move can be performed lying either on the floor or with your back on a stability ball to increase the difficulty. When performing this move on a stability ball raise your lower body until it’s parallel with the floor and in a straight line with the knees and shoulders. With a dumbbell in one hand push upward bringing your shoulder blades down and together. Do this for 3 sets for 8-12 reps

Works the chest, shoulder and triceps

Rear Lateral Raise: While standing hip width apart bend at the waist until your parallel with the floor. Grab a challenging weight with a slight bend in the knees. Keeping your spine aligned and core engaged slowly raise both weights to shoulder height.

Works the shoulders and back

Standing Pull Up with Kettlebell: Standing with your feet hip width apart hold the kettlebell with both hands. Slowly raise the kettlebell up towards your chest keeping your elbows pointed outward. Lower the weight to starting point and repeat for 15 reps.

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