10 Exercises That Make Your Breasts Look Bigger

10 Exercises That Make Your Breasts Look Bigger


In new evidence that exercise can do ~*mAgIcaL~* things: Certain moves can make your breasts look perkier naturally.

So swap your padded bra for exercises designed and demoed by certified fitness trainer, health coach

Chair Dips: Sit on a chair with your palms on the edge of the seat and your fingers pointing toward your feet. Shift your weight onto your hands and walk your feet forward out until your butt clears the front edge of the seat. This is the starting position. Keeping your shoulders away from your ears, bend your elbows to a 90-degree angle and lower your butt toward the floor until your shoulders line up with your elbows.

The chest pass is yet another move you can do at home to perk up your breasts. Follow the instructions carefully before trying!

  1. Lie on the floor with your back straight.
  2. Hold a medicine ball with both your hands and place it on your chest.
  3. Now keep the abs engaged and throw the ball high up.
  4. Catch it back again with your arms straightened.
  5. Bring it back to your chest and repeat 3 sets of 10 reps each. Stand straight facing the wall.Bend down and keep both your arms on the floor.
  1. Taking the support of your arms, lift your body upwards. Move very slowly and cautiously.
  2. Touch the wall with both your feet. Take the support of the wall by keeping your feet on it.
  3. Slowly bring your head to the ground.

With exercises that target your pecs, like the chest fly or the chest press, you should always squeeze and contract your pec muscles on the concentric, or lifting, portion of your reps. Squeezing increases the work involved and results in more strength and muscle density.

Our body adapts to stress quickly so, in order to get the best results, we need to work hard and challenge our muscles with different exercises, like the Y raise. Keep your workouts fun and interesting by adding modified versions of these exercises

  1. Dumbbell Chest Press With Wrist Rotation: With one dumbbell in each hand, lie on the floor or sit on a Swiss ball, and walk your feet forward until the ball is underneath your neck. Your knees should be bent at a 90-degree angle, and your hips should be in line with your knees. From this position, bend your elbows out to the sides and lower the dumbbells to chest-height with your palms facing forward. Engage your chest as you press the dumbbells straight up and together, twisting your wrists in toward your body until your palms face the wall behind you.
  2. Come to a push-up position and bring your left hand on the medicine ball.
  3. Now slowly bring your other hand on the medicine ball.
  4. Now engage your legs and bring your belly button in, bending your arms at the elbows as you go down.
  5. Now press up both your hands so that you can return to the starting position.
  6. Complete one set comprising of 10 reps initially. You can increase the counts as you progress.