Many believe that performing certain exercises can enhance your breasts. These exercises should aim at your pectorals – that is, the thick muscle located under a women breast. This is not exactly true as the breasts are composed of mostly fat and the size of the breasts can only increase with the help of surgery or weight gain. However, there are certain exercises which can help tone the muscles behind the breasts, providing them with a more lifted and a rather toned appearance.
For a shapelier chest and firmer looking breasts, try out these exercises and practice them at least twice a week.
These pushups are the modified sort that don’t only work on the pectorals but also aim to strengthen the arms and the core. Starting on all fours, keep the hands in alignment to the chest, pressing your hips forward and straightening the spine. After assuming this position, bend your arms a little and dip your chest towards the ground. Now, push yourself up, till your arms are perfectly straight. With 15 repetitions each set, repeat the set at least thrice.
Chest fly’s performed with the help of stability balls work on the pectoral area between the breasts. What you need to do is, sitting on a stability ball, holding a dumbbell in each hand, position yourself in such a way that the head and the neck are nicely resting on the stability ball. The next step is to extend your arms upwards over your chest and then open them out, aligning them to your shoulders. Squeezing the pectoral muscles, take your arms back up over the chest and get back to starting position. With 15 repetitions each set, practice 3 sets.
The incline barbell press is an exercise that pays more attention to the top area of the chest, that is, the top of the breasts. On an incline bench, holding a barbell with the help of both hands, lie down straight. Make sure the incline bench is bent at an angle of exactly 45 degrees. Spacing your hands to shoulder width distance, press the barbell upwards directly over the chest. Now, lower your arms down towards the chest and then you may bring the arms back up by pushing the barbell and assume starting position once again. Practice this very exercise for three sets, with one set of 15 repetitions.
The dumbbell chest press is an exercise that works on the triceps and the chest muscles. Lying down on a flat bench, hold a dumbbell in each hand. With your palms facing forward, extend your arms over the chest and then lower them back down till they are at a 90 degree bent even with the shoulder. Now, press the weights in an upward motion and straighten your arms out, going back to initial start-up position. Repeat exercise in sets of three with 15 repetitions.