Hi, I'm Jay McLeod. Today, we're discussing alternative pectoral exercises. Mainly when you think of chest exercises you are normally thinking of push-ups or bench press. Okay so I've got two alternative exercises for you. The first exercise I'm going to show you is push-ups with a medicine ball okay? You're going to grab a medicine ball. It doesn't really matter the weight, okay, it's not going to make a huge difference. I'm going to start on my right side, okay, I get in push-up position okay and I'm going to bring my body over the ball. I'm here, okay, now this is good because it really isolates your left and right pec okay? I'm here, really stretching out my right peck, okay, I blow out nice and strong, extend my body back to that start position. Now from here we're going to toss the ball to your left side, okay, we're going to inhale and bend our elbows to lower our body, exhale, and press our body away from that ball okay. Really stretching out your left and right side. Okay so the next exercise I'm going to show you is the dumbbell chest press okay? The first thing I want you to do, grab your fitness ball, alright you're going to grab your weights, you're going to plant them onto your thighs, okay. Now from here you're going to walk your feet forward and bring the dumbbells out right outside your armpits. So I'm here, I walk my feet forward, okay. From here you want to lift your hips up, keep your core engaged, okay this is a great core workout as well as your chest. Okay from here, elbows out, we're going to press the weights over our chest and we're going to bring the dumbbells close together but without touching. Inhale and lower back to start position, exhale nice and strong and press the weight away from your body. Now remember keep your hips up, abs in tight.