The article will also cover new exercises to prevent plateaus, how to train at home on limited equipment, how to train safely to add size to your chest and more It's easy for guys to get motivated to train their chest; good overall chest development is one of the most sought after goals of male bodybuilders. Many women, however, lack the desire or strength to train their chest. In addition, all the muscles of the chest aren't visible to women, so they often forget about training them. Why should you train chest, then? Aside from the fact that a well-developed chest gives you plenty of functional strength, it can help lift and fill out the appearance of the upper body.
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Three moves equal one PEC-tacular chest with this super-efficient program for women. How many times have you heard this question: "How much can you bench? Considering that we were only given the right to vote 91 years ago, change comes slowly for the majority of women—especially changing minds about fitness, lifting weights and the right and wrong things women do at the gym. So chest training—various forms of bench press and chest flyes—usually falls to the bottom of the list for women. Or it falls off entirely. Who wants to look manly with a big chest anyway? That's the prevailing myth about women and weight training.
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The Ultimate No Fluff Women's Training Guide, Part 4: Chest
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