So, you, like a number of women, want your breasts to be larger but you’re not sure where to begin. You can’t afford cosmetic surgery and the idea of taking breast enhancing drugs frightens you. Fortunately, there is an inexpensive, healthy way for you to achieve your desires. Exercise.
Depicts the muscles surrouding breast tissue
Doing breast exercises will help you to strengthen the tissues and muscles found under your breasts. While the breasts themselves won’t get larger, they will appear to be bigger. This is primarily because your breasts are made up of fatty tissue; connective tissue, that give the breasts their shape; and mammary glands, the glands responsible for producing milk when a woman becomes pregnant.
Though it’s not the quickest way to obtain your goal, over time you will see remarkable results. In doing breast exercises, one muscle that will be strengthened is the pectoral muscle. Found directly under the breast and covering the front upper chest, when the pectoral muscle is strengthened it causes the breasts to lift and appear larger.
Below are some exercises you can do to help enhance your breast size. Doing a combination of them may lead to greater results. Before beginning, have your bust size measured so that you can monitor your progress. Also, before beginning any exercise regimen, always consult a doctor.
With your feet flat on the ground, lay face up on a bench. Raise a set of dumbbells (you choose the weight) arm’s length above your chest. In an upward and downward motion, raise and lift the weights to your chest, exhale as you raise the weights and inhale as you lower them. Be mindful to use weights that are somewhat light. To avoid injury have someone spot you as you do the exercise.
Take a sturdy chair and sit on the edge of it. Flatly place your palms on the chair, shoulder width apart. Keep your head and chest raised, and your posture straight. Without bending your knees beyond your toes, gradually lower your body off of the chair while simultaneously moving your feet forward. Make certain you keep your elbows bent at a 90 degree angle. Begin to squat, keeping your hands upon the chair. Repeat this motion 10-15 times.
Get on the ground and lay with your face down. Now, with your hands – palms flat on to the floor. Keep your whole torso and legs straight. Make certain your head is straight and direct with your spine. Push your body upwards and fully extend your elbows while using your toes to support your lower body. Gradually raise and then lower yourself a few inches above the floor. Repeat this motion 10-15 times.
If you’d like to make this exercise a little easier to do, place your knees firmly on the ground and repeat the same upper body instructions given above.
Also known as wall push-ups, to do an inverted push-up, stand with your legs a few feet away from the wall. Leaning against the wall, gently lift your heels while placing your hands shoulder width apart on the wall. Bend your elbows and lower your chest toward the wall. Move back to your starting position. Repeat this motion 10-15 times.
Sit with your back against a chair. Take two 3 lb. dumbbells, and begin to bring your arms together in front of your chest. Repeat this motion 10-15 times. If you have access to a chess press machine, this can be used in place of the dumbbells.
Holding two 5lb. weights in each of your hands, lie on the floor with your upper back, head and neck placed on a pillow. Bend your elbows. Press the 5lb. weights in front of your chest so that they come close to one another but don’t touch. Pull the weights apart from one another, and go back to your original starting position. Repeat this motion 10-15 times.