One area I've noticed most women shy away from training are the pectoral muscles.
I guess it doesn't sound as enticing as working your glutes or abs BUT who doesn't want a nice firm-up around the bra area?
The pecs are the major muscle group that assists us in any "pushing" motion so whether you're trying to slide a dresser to the other side of the room or even increase your muscular endurance in being able to push your kids around in a box, laundry basket, whatever for a longer amount of time--you don't want to neglect the pecs.
Below is yesterday's chest workout. I superset strength moves with a cardio move that still utilized the chest because I wanted to build strength while getting a sweat on and pushing myself.
I did each move back-to-back (the definition of a superset), rested 30 seconds, and repeated that cycle twice. Then, move on to the next two exercises.
Chest Superset Workout:
1.) DB Chest Press (12 reps) superset with
2.) Burpees (15)
3.) DB Chest Fly (12 reps) superset with
5.) DB Floor Press (15 reps) superset with
6.) Glider Pushups
Enjoy! If you're not sure what these moves are and want to try it out- head over to the videos section of my website :)