Hi, Drew O'Connell here and we are here today to discuss some exercises that you can do to decrease the fat over your ribs. We're going to talk about some exercises to engage these often overlooked muscles right here between the chest and back and what they are really good for is helping us raise our arms over our head and they actually raise our ribs aiding in respiration. The first exercise we're going to do is a dumbbell pull over and we're going to lay flat back on our mat, we're going to secure the dumbbell with both hands and we're going to start with the hands in line with the center of our chest, we're going to slowly lower our arms down as far as we comfortably can and then raise them back up to the starting position. Inhale as we lower the weight down and exhale as we raise it back up. For the second exercise we're going to be doing a chest press with a reach across our body. So we're going to start out with our dumbbells in our hands, we're going to lower them down just above the center of our chest. We're going to lay flat back and we're going to press up with one hand at a time so we're going to start out with our right. We're going to press, come up into a crunch and reach across our body really targeting those serratus anterior muscles. We're going to lower back down to center, come up and alternate for ten to twelve reps or whatever you can comfortably do. The third exercise we're going to do to focus in on the serratus major muscle is front raises. Palms start out facing in towards our body and we're going to raise the dumbbells straight up to shoulder height. We're going to take a deep inhale in, raise up and exhale, inhale down, exhale up. Nice slow controlled motion, not swinging our arms, not letting momentum do the work but really putting those muscles to work for us.