A large chest size in men attracts a lot of attention from women and if your chest is in proportion to your rest of the body, then you will be nothing less than a Greek God but there are few who have to feel content with only 33 or 34 inches of chest. However, there is a good news- you can actually broaden your chest size by following certain chest exercises. Read this article to know how to broaden your chest size.
There are many cases that enumerate men who have actually gone from 33 inches to 45 plus inches. And, in every such a case, they were reported to have undergone a rigorous training of chest exercises. So, read the following instructions to broaden your chest area.
- Doing barbell bench press exercise is a perfect way to broaden your chest size. Do begin with this exercise, lie on a flat bench and position your feet flat on the floor. Make sure that your feet are little more than shoulder width apart. Now, hold the barbell above your body and slowly lift the barbell above your body. Keep in mind not to put a strain on your neck. While lifting up the barbell, keep your arms straight and then gently lower the bar down.
- Another recommended exercise to broaden your chest size is dumbbell flyes. To begin with this exercise, lie down on a flat bench with dumbbells in each hand. Slowly lift the dumbbells over your chest by expanding your arms. Slowly lower the dumbbells to the sides of your body in an arc like motion and then bring the weights back up over your chest in an arch like shape. Repeat this exercise in 2-3 sets for 10-15 times.
- Push-ups are also a great way to broaden your chest size. Begin this exercise by kneeling down on the floor and by placing your hands flat on the floor. Stretch your body till it is straight. In a very controlled manner, bend your elbows slowly until your body reaches the floor. Remember to keep your body straight with bend elbows. Now, push your body up away from the floor, straightening your arms, until you return to the starting position. Repeat this exercise for 15-20 times.
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