Our first exercise is the dumbbell chest press. I'm using 15 lb weights here but, you do you and use whatever feels right depending on your own experience. Try to keep your back flat on the bench, and slowly bring your elbows straight out and down, and back up again.
Our second exercise is the incline chest press with 12.5 lb weights. Like I was saying, the goal is to find a balance of a weight that is light enough that you can do at least 8 reps, but heavy enough to where you cannot do more than 12 reps. It can be hard to find a happy medium at first, especially if you're a beginner, but do what you're comfortable with. Challenge yourself enough but don't try to show off and compare yourself to others and end up hurting yourself. Like I said, when you're in the gym, you just do you! Sit with your chest lifted up, and contract your shoulder blades during this exercise. You should be feeling your shoulder blades drawing toward each other against the bench as you move your elbows down to the sides, and bringing them back up.
Our last chest exercise is the flat bench dumbbell fly. I'm using 7.5 lb with this one. Who's heard before that girls should not workout their chest? I have! I've known girls that have been scared to workout their chest because they think it will make their chest flat. I used to believe it myself! But when you think about it, you can't spot reduce fat, you lose fat from everywhere, so it really doesn't make sense that your chest will get smaller just because you do some chest exercises. It's a myth that guys and girls have to workout differently, and there really is no reason that either one should avoid specific exercises and this can actually lead to muscle imbalances in your body if you purposely avoid to target certain body parts.
Well ladies, I hope that answers your question! So don't be scared to start working out your chest, you'll be happy you did. Let me know what other questions you have, thank you for watching, and follow me on Insta!