While adding significant bulk to your upper chest is quite challenging, adding a little muscle definition can have a dramatic impact aesthetically.
Your upper pecs are more visible since they’re at the neck line of your shirt, and most people don’t accumulate body fat in this area, which makes the muscle striations more prominent.
Targeting The Upper Chest
You can directly influence the development of your mid, lower, and upper chest with the angle of your torso. When you’re lying flat, or parallel to the ground, you’ll work the middle of your chest. If your weight bench is at a decline, you’ll work the lower chest muscle.
To target, and directly develop, the upper portion of your chest, you’ll want your torso to be angled at an incline while using a bench.
Here’s five of the most effective exercises for your upper chest.
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Incline Barbell Press
Incline Dumbbell Presses
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Incline Dumbbell Flies
Incline Push Ups
Cable Cross Overs
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