The most significant muscle on the front of the upper body is the large pectoral muscle Pectoralis Major. There are very many who struggle and struggle hard to get well-developed and good-looking chest muscles. Below we have lots of chest exercises for just this.
Anatomy of the chest
To get the maximum effect from your chest training, you should know the anatomy of the pectoral muscle. The most important muscle for the chest is the Pectoralis Major, and it originates high up on the humerus (below your shoulder muscles). Then it goes out like a triangle and attaches upwards at the far end of your collarbone and downwards at the far end of your sternum and upper ribs. It almost forms a fan where your muscle fibers go obliquely upwards towards the collarbone, straight to the side towards the sternum, and obliquely downwards towards the lower parts of the sternum. To train your chest in the best way, you must perform exercises that load the muscle in these three angles, obliquely upwards, straight to the side, and downwards.
Functions of the pectoral muscle
The pectoral muscle has two main functions; push things in front of your body with your arms and pull your arm towards your body, as when you clap your hands with straight arms. The function of pulling in the arm also applies when the arm has passed the center of your sternum, so feel free to perform cable exercises and pull the handles over the center. These two functions also affect how you should train the muscle.
Structure of the exercise guide
With the anatomy and functions in mind, we have collected many chest exercises below that train your entire breast at different angles divided into upper, middle, and lower chest.