I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com, and this is how to accentuate your pectorals. To create a defined and strong chest, target the pectorals with varying tempos, angles and training tools. Dumbbells and a stability ball let's you easily transition from flies to presses while allowing you to shift from inclined to flat positions. Body weight push-ups can be a great tool for chiseling your pecs with varying hand positions and tempos. Finally, add explosive medicine ball exercises to increase fast twitch muscle fiber activation. Add these exercises to your next chest workout. Let me show you. To begin we'll do some stability ball dumbbell exercises for the chest. The first exercise we'll pick up our dumbbells, we'll run down into a tabletop position where our shoulders and head are supported, our dumbbells are out to the sides and the shoulders are down away from the ears keeping my hips up, I'm going to press straight up, control the weight back down. From there I can drop into an incline press by just dropping my hips, keeping my shoulders down, chest up, drive up to target more of the upper pectoral. And then I can move into a fly by raising my hips again, putting a light bend in my elbow and dropping the weights out to the side getting a good stretch to the chest and then returning to the starting position. Next I can incorporate some great body weight exercises for the pecs. First starting with what we call a Spider-Man push-up, getting into a pushup position with my hands positioned under my shoulders, long straight body, toes on the ground, eyes facing the floor, I bring the opposite hand and opposite foot up and out and then return to the starting position. Then I can move into a plyometric off-set push-up just hopping the hands, switching positions each time and then finish with a closed grip push-up. And finally I can use a medicine ball for some chest or pectoral power training where I load keeping my chest up, my elbows high then explosively pass the ball ahead dropping onto my hands and resetting. I'm Jeremy Shore for Livestrong.com, and this has been how to accentuate your pectorals.