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These two chest exercises will make hauling toddlers or pushing the lawn mower all that easier. You'll need an exercise ball and light weights to perform these two moves. If you're working out on carpeting, lose the socks or wear sneakers to prevent your legs from slipping out during the chest fly. Both the chest fly and the pushup work your chest and shoulders. Performing these common moves with the help of an exercise ball engages your core muscles.
Although you can't make your breasts bigger, you can give them a lift (and create sexy cleavage for that low-cut dress) with exercises that firm the pectoral muscles beneath your breasts.
These chest fly and push-up exercises are two moves that do just that. I've made them more challenging by showing you how to do them on an exercise ball (available at sporting goods stores). Other muscles, including your abs, also get a mini-workout as they stabilize you.
A beautiful bust improves your figure and boosts your confidence. And having strong chest muscles makes pushing a grocery cart loaded with groceries easy.
Your toning program
Do two sets of 10 repetitions of each exercise, allowing 30 to 60 seconds of rest between sets. Move slowly: three seconds to lower, one-second pause, three seconds to lift. Do two or three sessions a week, with at least 1 day of rest between workouts.
Chest Fly on an Exercise Ball
Note: Skip this exercise if you have orthopedic problems such as painful knees, hips, ankles, or back.
Pushup on an Exercise Ball