Increasing Chest Cleavage - Add Size & Fullness
To Your Pecs
a nice toned line down the center of your chest is not only a woman's
goal anymore. Also known as cleavage, you need to work from the
inside and outside for this goal to come to full fruition. Many
men want a nice line down the middle of their pecs making the ab
line even more accentuated as they meet. The cleavage line makes
the pecs look more muscular and full in muscle and less like fatty
chest boobs, especially for men!
Being leaner is the main idea, making sure you eat a proper diet
with decreased carbs (starches such as potato, breads and refined
flour products), increased good fats such as the omegas (flax, fish
oil and fresh fish, olives) and lots of proteins (lean choices such
as poultry, fish and egg whites) with dark green vegetables such
as spinach, collard and mustard greens, and broccoli. You do want
some carbs such as oatmeal and quinoa added to your diet.
Water is crucial at about 2 liters per day and avoiding sugar,
fruits and dairy will help you with your leaning goal. Salt should
also be eliminated as it too sits under the skin making you look
less toned and softer. Even diet soda should be limited.
You won't really be able to see all the sculpting work you do if
you have a layer of body fat covering over it, even if it is a thinner
layer of fat. You don't have to be over weight to have to decrease
body fat in order to show more prominent tone.
The exercises you choose on chest day will make a different on
this line cutting. You will want to hit your chest twice per week
utilizing exercises such as pec dec, fly, and deep pushups.
You want to make sure you work full range of motion and really flexing
on the end of the push portion.
Using the decline and incline options are also my suggestion
to really finish off this type of particular sculpting. Cardio is
another portion and HIT
training maybe the best choice here for 3 times per week.
For your exercise variables I would suggest 15-30 reps at
a lighter weight for an average of 3 sets.
A sample idea for this would be to add the below to your present
training, so you would hit back, arms and legs on other days.
Chest day 1 for your week would be 3 sets of 15-20 with
light weight on pec DEC, flies then ending with deep pushups. Follow
this short workout spurt with some cardio including cross trainer
which uses arms while legs move.
Chest day 2 would cover lower cable crosses then upper cable
crosses, incline fly followed by decline fly. On the other days
you would leave the chest alone and work the other muscle groups
instead, giving your chest a day or 2 in between these 2 chest days.
My suggestion would be to go for the 2 days break and working other
muscles for the days I between or adding a day off.