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How to Expand Your Chest Size and Get a Wide Look

Three steps for broadening a narrow chest.

Three steps for broadening a narrow chest.

All-Natural Old-Timer Methods for Broadening Chests Do Work, Ya Know!

A large chest commands a lot of attention, especially when the rest of your body is proportionately fit. When reading the works of writers such as Liedermann and Randall Strossen, you encounter the idea that it is possible to expand and enlarge the chest. How can you do the same?

There are many cases of proverbial weaklings with 33-inch chests who turned themselves around to 45+ inches. For proper expansion, first you must understand something about chest and torso structure. The chest is composed of muscle, bone, and connecting tissue—so to expand your physic, you must focus on all three areas. Here is how.

Step One: Do Deep Breath Holds and Breathing Squats to Broaden a Narrow Skeletal Frame

First, let's focus on the bone structure. It has been shown that bone completely remodels itself every three months. In addition to that, as has been shown in studies of weightlifters, bone increases in density as more weight is placed upon it—a weightlifter definitely has stronger bones than the average person on the street. So what we want to do is to regularly place force upon the bones so that they will grow bigger (and in some aspects, longer). This will also end up encouraging the connecting tissue to expand and enlarge as well. Do these two exercises to help expand your skeletal system:

Deep Breath Holds

A very basic exercise is to take a deep breath and hold it. Set aside some time every morning and afternoon to do the following:

  1. Clasp your hands in front of your waist and take the deepest breath possible.
  2. Hold the breath in tightly, while raising your clasped hands up in front of you.
  3. While holding your breath, try to move your arms to your sides against the resistance of your clasped hands.
  4. Hold this expanded position for as long as you can.
  5. Repeat at least 10 times.

Breathing Squats

Follow this with what are called breathing squats with pullovers 3 times a week with reasonably heavy weights. Do the following:

  1. Take an extremely deep breath and squat down. While squatting, be sure to keep your knees over your ankles; your form should appear as though you're sitting into a chair.
  2. Breathe out on the way back up.
  3. Repeat at least 20 times.
  4. Immediately follow breathing squats with pullovers on the floor.
  5. When squats begin to seem easy, you can add weights. Place the weight across the back of your shoulders. The video below shows how to do so, although you will want to begin with a weight size that is reasonable for you.

Step Two: Use Pullovers to Strengthen Your Connecting Tissues

Remember, bones, connecting tissues, and muscles must all be strengthened in order to broaden your chest. Pullovers are the perfect exercise to strengthen the connecting tissues in your chest. An example of pullovers is shown in the video below—however, you will want to start with a weight size that is reasonable for you.

Floor Pullovers

This is how a pullover is done:

  1. Lie on your back with your knees bent.
  2. Hold a reasonable weight above your head on the floor, with elbows slightly bent.
  3. Then straighten your elbows to lift the weight above your head and slowly let it fall back down. Each time the arms go down, there must be a puling sensation in your ribs.
  4. Repeat this 20 times.

This will take care of the bone and connecting tissues.

Step Three: Broaden Your Chest Muscles

The next area to focus on is the chest muscles. Start working on your chest muscles after two months of practice with steps one and two, above.

Basic chest exercises are the chest dip and the standing military press. These will build up the lower chest region, as well as the upper chest and shoulder tie-in area.

Alternate between the chest dip and the standing military press for every workout. For each, you will use moderately heavy weights for 5 sets of 5 reps. Once you are able to do the 5x5, increase the weights slightly.

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Chest Dips

Standing Military Press

Best of Luck!

One year of these, and you will definitely kiss your narrow chest goodbye, my friend! All the best!


Mangal on July 30, 2015:

My chest skelton is so small so how to big my chest skelton?

Mangal on July 30, 2015:

My chest skelton is so small so how to big my chest skelton?

akash on June 06, 2015:

Is it important to do deep breath hold'breathing sqauts and pullovers for 2 monthes . what is I do chest dips and standing military press along with them from the beginning

Pramendra on February 28, 2015:

My right side chest is not has been grown up, it has been in a same shape from my child hood, i have doing exercises since past 8 weeks, but no improvement have been done,,

My left side chest is healthy.

Yasin on August 04, 2014:

Salaams Hassan,

Focus on doing wide/ultra wide grip hangs as much as possible.

Even when not exercising try to be "wide". What I mean is to flare your lats, squeeze them and push them out and stay like that as much as you can.

Focus doing more wide grip things. The Reeves deadlift is an excellent exercise which puts a tremendous stretch on your clavicles. In this deadlift you hold the plates and not the bar. When doing this deadlift, do the top and bottom movement whilst your lats are tensed and out.

Over time doing all these wide grip exercises, the ligaments of your clavicles will stretch and lengthen resulting in a broader structure. You need to keep at it and just stay wide as much as possible.

I'm hoping that you should see results within 6 to 12 months.

I hope this helps.

Hasaan. on August 04, 2014:

How i increase my chest....natutally..

By food or exersice.?

My chest is 29 inches.... i wanaa get 34 inches....? How can i do that...?

lilrape train on January 20, 2014:

you said we should breath in tighty when doing press up. will that build my chest?

delicia on December 30, 2013:

how should i calculate chest expansion ??

Skull on September 10, 2013:

dud, read this pls (and some other books of basic anathomy/bodybuilding theory, and eat more food that you will use!)

mony434 on July 07, 2013:

Hey bro, with the deep breathing for chest expansion, am I to focus on completely breathing into the upper portion of the lungs rather than letting the lower ribs expand too? And about raising the arms up and to the sides from a clasped position infront of you - do you mean up and then to the side with palms against thighs or do you mean up and to the side at the same time as in side felt raises. Cheers bro choice article!

TravisParker on March 19, 2013:

The squats have to be squats with barbell and weigth? Or can I do also just bodyweigth squats with the same effect?? I go to gym freguently but doing squats 3 times a week with weigth seems too much. So thats why Im asking.

naseem nasar on September 23, 2012:

how to expand size of chest quickly?can i do chest exercise everyday including shoulder,dorsee etc ?

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y.pavan kumar on April 22, 2012:

sir i am pavan i want to inecrease the cheast please can you tell i want to inecreasa cheast 5 cm

naveen on April 01, 2012:

I'm 26year old, my chest size is 32inch height 5'7" weight is 47kg. I wants to know what should be ideal body figure for me.And how to gain my weight and chest size

zachareeeee on March 30, 2012:

Im 15 now, and im kinda worrried about my weight, after since ive done weights and gym, just for 3months or less, ive alr gained 10kg, im a polevaulter, and my weight affects my jumps alot, i wan broad shoulders to look good but at the same time i wana maintain my weight, what do u think i shld doo:(

Tarun on February 28, 2012:

I want to broaden my shoulder and chest i m 18 year old my current chest size is 75 cm n shoulder size is 4o cm n i usually masturbate how can i broadened my chest n shoulder

Tarun on February 28, 2012:

I want to broaden my shoulder and chest i m 18 year old my current chest size is 75 cm n shoulder size is 4o cm n i usually masturbate how can i broadened my chest n shoulder

Nagesh on February 28, 2012:

I want to broaden my shoulder and chest i m 18 year old my current chest size is 75 cm n shoulder size is 4o cm n i usually masturbate how can i broadened my chest n shoulder

muzamil on February 05, 2012:

hey bro i wnaqted to question that if my chest could go broader than my hip bone..???? is it possible

MaxFiji 777 (author) on October 29, 2011:

You can only try and see what results you get. It is not possible to predict beforehand exactly how much one can gain. The only thing you can do is try and see what your results are like. All the best!

Patrick on October 28, 2011:

Hey Max,

I have very narrow shoulders, if i do wide grip hangs everyday how long do you think it would it take to be 2 inches wider? i mean like 1 inch on either side?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on October 19, 2011:

For the moment the 30lb bar may be fine. Focus on deep breathing, and try to keep a tight, high chest full of breath when squatting down. Don't worry, the main strain comes from the pullovers or stretches that you will do for the chest.


Johnny on October 18, 2011:

OK thanks. One last question, I'm not really feeling much pressure in my chest or rib cage area when I do breathing squats, should I be? All I've got at my disposal is a 30lb bar, quite light but to be fair I'm so out of shape it's enough ha ha. So do I need to adapt my technique or is it normal not to be feeling much strain in the chest area?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 26, 2011:

Feeling it in the arms and shoulders more than the rib area would mean that the weight is too much. Stick with 10~15lbs at the most for now. Make sure to breath high into your chest.

This is one exercise where you don't want to go heavier and heavier.


Johnny on September 26, 2011:

OK I'll do that. Have you any tips on how to perform pullovers? I've watched a few youtube videos, but when I do them I seem to be working my arms and shoulders more than my ribs. Does this mean I'm using a weight that is too heavy? This is an exercise that is as much about stretching as it is about heavy weights right?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 22, 2011:

Hi Johnny,

That's an interesting question. As far as I know, the recommendations from old-timers have been to do these exercises 3 times a week, and so I stuck with that. Perhaps you can try a greater frequency and report back? Thanks heaps :)

Johnny on September 22, 2011:

You say - "Follow this with what are called breathing squats with pullovers 3 times a week". What about doing them more than that, like every day? Or even 3 times a day? Would this be too much and cause a problem? Or would it help change things more rapidly? Thanks.

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 10, 2011:

Well actually you would be stretching out the rib cage area so that is the only one that should expand. You should see changes in around 2~3 months. Bone remodeling is a slow process. Hang in there.

Johnny on September 10, 2011:

Thanks for the response, would a persons waist expand after the ribcage expands? I expect it would wouldn't it? Also what sort of time scale are we talking about here, will it take 3 months before any noticeable change?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 05, 2011:

@ sport,

I can't say much about the site as it is new to me.

@ Johnny,

you can simply do the exercises, and stop when you think you've achieved the correct proportions. According to Wolffe's Law, bone remodeling is not hindered by age, but continues as a response to the stresses placed upon it. Keep at it.

Johnny on September 05, 2011:

Had to laugh at the guy who said the exercises made his ribs stick out.....isn't that kinda the idea? and then you build muscle on top of them?

Anyway as a child I was raised with an iron fist and had a physically violent upbringing, I suffered with PTSD and stopped growing at about age 15, also unfortunately I inherited my mothers wide hips and my fathers small waist and frame. So things don't look proportionate to me, I have a 33 inch chest, so have decided to do something about it. I'm 25 though, so won't that hinder any chance of more growth? Also is it a case of the more exercises I do the better? Or can you over do it?

sport on September 01, 2011:

salmo allikm warhmat allah wabrakato

i want to ask about this site

your suggest?


MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 24, 2011:

Hi nick,

thanks for that info....i had previously read about the 'spreading' effect that deadlifts have on the shoulders. but I don't think there should be any 'conflicts' in any way.

nick on August 23, 2011:

Hello MaxFiji 777,

i can recall of having read somewhere that Reeve's deadlifts (something like this can help broaden your shoulders a bit.. But the force you put on them through this exercise would be the opposite of the force you put on them through wide grip chin-ups... Are you sure that wide grip chin ups do extend the shoulders and, if yes, do you know if there is any conflict on the overall result if you also do reeve's deadlifts?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on May 10, 2011:

hello dutchie,

all i can say is that it is worth a try :)

dutchie on May 06, 2011:

hello max,

My chest circumference is increased with normal fitness from 97 to 108 cm in four months. Could I expect more result with this trainingmethod?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on April 11, 2011:

Gee...I don't know...just what exactly does 'as long as you can' mean :(

Is it really that difficult to understand?

george on April 11, 2011:

Hey there, how much time do you hold your breath in the first exercise? "As long as you can" meaning 30+ seconds ?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on March 08, 2011:

@ Xavi...thanks buddy. I don't have any personal experience with that. Thanks for the tip :)

@ Debra...thanks.

Xavi on March 08, 2011:

I expanded my chest doing cardio exercises on my bicycle. I do at least 16 miles on my hybrid speed bike at 80% power and do burst of 100% to where lungs cannot not keep up, also known a "blow-up." I do this 3 times a week making sure to have a day of rest in between. 16 miles is an easy 45 minute ride. You can do high cadence riding or low power cadence. The best way to expand your chest is to use your lungs/diaphram to do the expanding. Easy way to do this is cardio exercises.

ba13ack from Canada on March 06, 2011:

Also Doing Wide grip bench press and dumbell fly's on the negetives, lowering the weight stretches ur chest. Putting your grip wider on presses like shoulder barbell press can widen your shoulders.If you want to have a bigger chest you must eat!

Michael on March 02, 2011:

You're a patient man, Max, answering all these people! Keep it up - I'll give your exercises a try.

MaxFiji 777 (author) on January 25, 2011:

Read the article and practice the tips, fellas! I'm not going to rewrite everything all over again.

nighthawk on January 24, 2011:

my rib cage is way smaller than my hip which looks weird and im 17. will the execrises mentioned help me to increse rib cage???

wajahat on January 13, 2011:

@ maxfiji777

please can u guide me how to gain chest expansion ..

Maxfiji777 on January 11, 2011:

No short cuts kiddo!

wajahat on January 10, 2011:

Hi Everyone!!

I am Waji From Pakistan i am 20 years old. Actually Recently i applied for Selection In Army but Due To under chest expansion i am declared Medically unfit . My chest is (29-30.5) and i need to gain 1.5 inch to clear my medical.i have only 2 weeks so anyone can guide me to gain chest expansion within 2 weeks.

MaxFiji 777 (author) on November 04, 2010:

Perhaps saulo needs to look again at real world applications for breathing patterns during heavy work.

How many people breath normally while pushing their cars, or lifting some heavy bags of groceries?

Read saulo's stuff with a grain of salt please :)

saulo on November 04, 2010:

If one holds his breath while performing the heaviest part of an exercise, internal pressure gets to dangerous levels. I've seen this resulting in a hernia with various persons. Read this article with a grain of salt please.

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 23, 2010:

Hi prince,

Hyperextending means that the shoulders end up slowly being pulled out of their sockets, and thus become weaker for the long term. So keep shoulders tight, and avoid a sensation of dislocation. Always good to err on the side of caution. Go to the bottom position of the wide grip chinup, and stay there.

Btw, your gif is about right. Just make sure to breath with your chest and not your belly.

prince on September 23, 2010:

Also, by saying "hyper-extend your shoulders" you mean that if I overdo it they might get very much exanded?


prince on September 21, 2010:


Two more questions! When you say 'hang',given that I mainly want to broaden my shoulders, should I hang loose, should I pull myself slightly just to engage my rib muscles, or should I perform a full pullup and hang at that position?

And, about the deep breath and hold exercise, should it be something like this ?-->

Thanks again and sorry for bothering you!

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 21, 2010:

@ prince...if you can do the hangs several times a day at a stretch of up to a minute, then do so. It would be better than having an overload in the morning and afternoon only. We must coax our body to change rather than beat it. Do the pullovers for 1 set of 20 slow reps with a light weight after a set of breathing squats. Do your hangs several times a day, but remember not to hyper-extend your shoulders.

@ aditya..of course...I am 4th generation Indian living in great grandparents came to Fiji from Uttar Pradesh towards the end of the 19th century and the early parts of the 20th.

aditya on September 21, 2010:

are yaar u hindi bhi bolta hair

prince on September 21, 2010:

Hey there, nice post ;)

I have some questions, though... I am looking to broaden my shoulders too, so, in what you advice in the comments above, should I do one minute hangs with wide grip several times a day? Or should I do ,say, 5 sets of them in the morning and another 5 in the afdternoon? And also, all the exercise you did to broaden you rib box were the ones you mentioned?Can you also tell me how many repetitions and how many sets you did?

Thanks a bunch! :-D

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 20, 2010:

Jo aapki marzi. Have a good life.

aditya on September 20, 2010:

thank you for your help

but i am sorry i have to flag this hub for misleading the goal

i know this is not the only one there are other sites as well that talks about this

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 19, 2010:

Maintaining a state of tension in your core by constantly keeping your abs and obliques tensed may help.

aditya on September 19, 2010:

do u know how can i get my rib carillage to shrink

the ribs are actually sticking out very badly

MaxFiji 777 (author) on September 18, 2010:

Thanks for your feedback, Aditya. Too bad it couldn't work for you. Perhaps you may yet find something else that will.

aditya on September 18, 2010:

i don't think this is working for me

i have noticed that my 2 or 3 ribs are sticking out 2-3 cm where my lats are

and no gains in shoulders

i did these evxersises every other day

and plus i developed a clicking under my rib cage where the cartilage is

so this is a total fail.

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 28, 2010:

Hi Alex...yep...anything that makes your chest, shoulders, and back bigger is going to definitely make your hips appear smaller. That's what real bodybuilding is all about - building a body that is pleasing to you.

alex on August 28, 2010:

alright mate, basically i got big hips for a man and jus wondering if by doing what you wrote, will it make them seem smaller?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 19, 2010:

99% sure is a whole lot more than I was. get back to me in a month.

aditya on August 19, 2010:


i just want to make sure 100% that i am doing it the right way

on the blog it said something like don't arch your back or something so that means that your keep your back muscles relaxed

and i am doing these excersises but i am only 99% sure that i am doing them right

and analysis paralysis?? lol

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 18, 2010:

The thing with the pullovers is that they are a stretching exercise. As such you may feel quite a bit of stretch in the ribs. At the end of the day, you have to see for yourself what kind of pain you have, and learn from it.

I think your questions have gone beyond what I can safely answer online. It seems like you need hands on support. It's either that, perhaps you're getting 'analysis paralysis'.

Do the work, and learn how your body works.

aditya on August 18, 2010:

i meant by keeping straight was should you arc your back?

or just keep it relaxed

aditya on August 18, 2010:

i tried doing pullovers by keeping every muscles in my back, hips and did not raise my chest and breathed through my chest deeply

after doing 20 reps i felt dull pain in my upper rib cartillages

were they stretching?

it felt like a pulling sensation

was that the right method?

i just want to do it right

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 17, 2010:

The type of squats that are recommended are called 'high bar squats'. The barbell is placed on the shoulders in the 'high' position - as found here:

Your knees are NOT to stay together.

Back is to be kept straight because you will be lying on a flat bench.

I would advise you to purchase if you can, a book called 'Super Squats'. It basically answers all your questions. Let me know if you need a link.

aditya on August 17, 2010:

and should i keep my back straight when doing pullovers??

i didn't quite understood it

aditya on August 17, 2010:

and when i squat down should i keep my knees together?

aditya on August 17, 2010:

and just one more concern

what type of squates i should be doing?

i mean hindu squats, pile squats etc?

and should i be using weights for squats

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 15, 2010:

This article may help you, aditya...

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 12, 2010:

No bro, bone structure will not necessarily go back to what it was. But you have to be careful so that you don't get injured.

Sorry but I don't have any photos - actually didn't even think of taking any because I myself did not think anything would come of it.

Looking back, I wish I had. I would say I've gotten at least a 3~4 inches just from stretching out my ribs.

aditya on August 12, 2010:

hey sorry man i am bothering you so much i just want to be safe

do u have your pictures before and after your chest got expanded

you can just rub your face out

but i would need to see the proportions of head and shoulders

thank you

Aditya on August 12, 2010:

and damn! i injured my elbow and lats and pecs

i got some sharp pains there

when i rapidly breathe or do pullovers i can feel the sharp pains

i only did about 20lbs for 3 weeks only 2 times a week

and i am a physically active guy

aditya on August 12, 2010:

i know it sounds silly

but can your rib cage de expand?

i mean will it go back in if it goes wrong

or i expand the wrong area

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 11, 2010:

:) no worries bro!

But think of this - how will broader shoulders 'push out your upper rib cage' unless you actually try to push it out deliberately? I've actually seen people with wider bone structures who actually have sunken chests too.

Anyhow, try it out for a few months, and see what you get :)

aditya on August 11, 2010:

well for broad shoulders i am not sure that i would have to do breathing squats or pull overs to get optimal results or by just doing wide grip hangs

well without any depth will look weird

but if you have broader shoulder (bones) then they will push your upper rib cage out and your upper chest will be expanded too

looks like i am changing the whole concept of this hub lol :)

MaxFiji 777 (author) on August 10, 2010:

Bro, the only one who can answer the question that you ask is you. If you think it is something you want, then go for it. If not, then don't. But don't you think that broad shoulders without any depth to your torso might seem a little weird?

aditya on August 10, 2010:

my main aim is to get broader shoulder bones that is it

so do i need to work on my chest expansion as well

MaxFiji777 on August 09, 2010:

You can't stretch out only the front of the will take care of the whole thing.

Bone remodelling is a lengthy process. Your chest will not 'just pop out'. The whole rib box will slowly become bigger all around.

The hanging stretches cause the shoulders to get broader. Btw, 'quickly dropping your shoulders' would best left alone. Just stick with hanging with a wide grip, taking care nt to let oyur shoulders hyper-extend.

aditya on August 09, 2010:

hi there how are u doing

we know how to stretch the cartilages at front of the rib cage

but how would u stretch the cartilages at the back of the rib cage?

and one more concern will my chest just pop out after the expansion and gain 6 inches in my chest?

i don't quite understand how the shoulders get broader

what i do is lift my shoulders up so they are touching my ears while keeping my arms pointing to the floor and then quickly drop my shoulders i do it one shoulder at a time

to create micro fractures to my collar bone and then hang with the wide grip

MaxFiji777 on August 05, 2010:

Trying to suck your belly in is correct. Also try to make sure that you breathe 'high' in your chest - the type of breath which makes your upper chest puff up, rather than a big belly breath.

There will be a little stretch in the lower areas, but most of it will occur in the upper sections.

aditya on August 05, 2010:

i even tried to suck my belley in and still i can feel the stretch in the lower rib cage

aditya on August 05, 2010:

and how do would you do that?

which muscle u need to contract?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on July 22, 2010:

I first did these exercises, along with the deep breathing squats, in 2000, at the age of 25.

The only thing to be careful of is that when you do the pullovers, try to stretch the upper portion of your chest, rather than letting your belly blow outwards, as continually stretching out the lower chest area may result in expansion in an area that you don't want.

aditya on July 22, 2010:

how old are u?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on July 20, 2010:

I used to be quite hunched, with sloping shoulders. Straightened up quite a bit and my shoulders also took on a more upright, square look. They still appear a little sloped, but this time it's due to the trapezius muscles growing. :)

aditya on July 20, 2010:

hmm wow

and yes i am being doing these exercises

and what does it mean when u said "That increase also resulted in my shoulders 'setting a little more squarely'."?

MaxFiji 777 (author) on July 19, 2010:

Hi Aditya,

Have you been working on the exercises?

The recommended exercises are pullovers and wide grip hangs. I don't have any experience with flyes so cannot answer you on that.

The hanging you can do for up to a minute, several times a day. But make sure that your shoulders don't hyperextend outwards.

To be 6 inches wider, you need more than just stretching exercises. Also do weight training to build up your shoulder muscles, and you will automatically become wider.

As for success stories, check out material by Earle Lidermann and Randall Strossen in particular, although many old strength writers would have their anecdotes. I personally increase my chest circumference by around 2~3 inches using the exercises specified. That increase also resulted in my shoulders 'setting a little more squarely'.

Do the exercises, stick to them for at least 6 months, and see what becomes of you.

aditya on July 19, 2010:

has it helped u to expand chest and shoulders?

are there any success stories?

aditya on July 19, 2010:

will the flyers help too in expanding the bone structure

aditya on July 19, 2010:

how long should i hang for then?

and how long will it take me to gain 6 inches in width i am 16 and nearly 17

MaxFiji 777 (author) on June 22, 2010:

@ chiboy,

I am sure everyone can find access to a simple bench, and rocks / heavy stones if no weights are available. Do the ribcage stretching exercises to at least give you a base of bone structure growth, and save up some money if possible to eventually join a gym where you can do the weight exercises.

@ aditya,

your shoulders will also expand because your whole upper body structure will. You can also hang from bars with a wide grip to encourage slow sideways expansion of the shoulders.

aditya on June 22, 2010:

will it expand your shoulders too??

because i donnot want a broad chest if i have narrow shoulders

Chiboy on April 15, 2010:

Good day, pleae if you don't have facilities to help you exapand the cheast what are you to do

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