Exercises To Lift Breasts
Fortunately, surgery is not the only way that you can lift breasts. Exercise, ambition and perseverance can give amazing results in a short time period. Here are five of the most beneficial exercises to lift breasts:
Even for a woman without training are quite difficult to perform, push-ups provides firm pectoral muscles and thus shapes and tones your breasts. If you can not do normal push-ups, you can start by making them against a wall, chair or table: sit facing the wall, about a meter from it, lean against it with your hands and start push-ups. After more than two weeks you will be able to do them as usual, on the ground.
2. Dumbbell Exercises
Purchase two dumbbells (1 kg each) and perform the following exercise:
Lie on your back, raise the dumbbells above your head and then extend them to the side, without touching the floor. Repeat this for 15 times, in three series.
Another exercise that involves dumbbells is this one:
Lie on your back, raise the dumbbells above your head, let them back (like you put your hands up), and then bring them back to the starting position. Repeat this exercise 15 times.
If at your home or in a gym you have the horizontal bar that supports your body weight, do not hesitate to do some pull-ups per day. Grab the bar with both hands, palms toward you and pull your chin down to the bar to get over.
4. Palm Press Exercise
Sit on the floor with your legs crossed, your shoulders straight and your palms joining at the level of your breasts, then push the palms one to the other. In this way pecs will become very tense and firm. An alternative to this exercise is the following: collect a tennis ball between your palms and compress it increasingly stronger.
5. Chest Press With Elastic Rope
Purchase two meters wide elastic rope, cut it in half and sew the ends of both pieces. Get every elastic and put it on your shoulder (like you put a bag handle) and then push as much as possible brackets in the front, so your arms are at the chest level. Perform 3 series of 12 reps each, with 30 seconds rest between series.