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Sofia Vergara, Christina Hendricks
Curvy on the bottom and top, with a small waist
Your upper and lower body are pretty symmetric, but you’ll want to focus on the back.
“With a bigger chest, you should spend twice as much time on your back muscles and posture to be able to stay aligned and strong,” says Jessi Kneeland, personal trainer, coach, and founder of Remodel Fitness.
Combine a two-to-one ratio of back to chest exercises for your upper body. For every one set of “pressing” exercise you do, add two sets of a “pulling” exercise. “Pressing moves will work your chest and shoulders and include push-ups, dumbbell overhead presses, and bench press. To work your back with pulling moves, try chin ups, seated pull downs, and rows,” she explains.