Hi, I'm Ilen Bell, and we're gonna go over some great lower pectoral exercises. In order to get a fully developed chest, you have to work both parts of the chest. There's the upper chest, that's attached to the clavicle, and there's the lower chest that's attached to the sternum. There are three great exercises to develop your lower chest. There's the decline bench press, dumbbell fly and dips. The first exercise is decline bench press. Lay down on the bench, use a spotter, grab the even bar at about shoulder-width apart, lower the bar down to the nipple line at about a three to four second count, and push the bar back up to the top. The second exercise is decline dumbbell fly. Using dumbbells, start with the dumbbells at the top of the movement. Once ready, lower the dumbbells with the elbows bent slightly at about a 45 degree angle, all the way down to the bottom, 'till you feel a slight stretch in your chest. At this point, raise the dumbbells back up to the top of the movement. The third exercise are dips. Using a dip station, position yourself on the bar, and lower yourself down as far as you can go towards the bottom. Try to maintain a close relationship with your elbows to your rib cage. At the bottom, pause for just a second, and raise yourself back up to the top of the movement. So next time you're in the gym, and your hitting chest, probably Monday, International Chest Day, make sure you do these three exercises to hit the lower part of your chest.