We all want perky and firm breasts. But as we age, our boobs tend to sag and before we know, our once perky breasts can’t help but obey gravity’s pull. While there are quick fixes that can lift your breasts such as through surgery or by investing in a good push-up bra, you can achieve the results you desire by using certain exercises. That’s right – there’s hope for lifting and tightening your breasts without having to break your bank in the name of surgery! Here are 5 exercises that you need to incorporate into your work out session and lift those breasts for that picture-perfect cleavage:
This one of the most effective exercises there is for tightening and lifting your breast because they help to tighten the pectoral muscles. Push-ups are great not only for your chest but also for abs and biceps. Do this exercise daily, at least 20 times and see the results for yourself!
This exercise is an alternative for normal push-ups because it’s easier to do and achieves almost the same results. To do this exercise, stand 2 feet away from a wall facing it and place your places on the wall, shoulder-width apart. Bend your elbows and lean toward the wall until your chest touches it. Push back to the starting position.
And here comes something for the yoga lovers. Cobra position is optimal for the light morning warm-up – it will wake you up, and it’ll have a significant influence on your body and breasts since it activates all the chest muscles. To effectively do this breast lifting exercise, you will have to lay on your stomach with your legs extended and making sure that the tops of your legs are resting on the floor. Place your hands under your shoulders with the elbows tucked in then start lifting your head and chest off the ground while drawing your shoulders back. You should try to straighten your arms as much as you can and hold the pose for 30 seconds.
Overhead Shoulder Press
For this breast lifting exercise, you will need dumbells. And even though this exercise is primarily dedicated to the shoulders, it’s also pretty convenient for the pectorals. You’ll need dumbbell for each hand. Grab your weights and let’s go! Stand with your feet wider than shoulder-width apart, bring your arms up so that the upper arms are parallel to the ground and press your hands up in the arc. Try to make the weights closer to each other as you press them above your head then put your arms back to the starting position