Sagging breasts are caused when skin loses elasticity. There are numerous factors that can be the case with saggy breasts some of which are aging, smoking, pregnancy, and being overweight.
In today’s article, we present to you a workout that has been created by Comas Keck, specifically for women, to add a beautiful shape to the chest. He believes that working the chest from multiple angles with enough weight ensures plenty of stimuli to increase strength and develop the muscles.
For maximum efficiency of the exercises, you must choose weights that are heavy enough that you can feel the pressure.
It is recommended to repeat this program at least a couple of times a week.
You have to start this exercise in a push-up position and then bring your index fingers and thumb together, forming a triangle under your chest.
Next, bend your elbows and lower your torso as close to the ground as possible.
Then push with the palms of your hands to straighten your arms.
Do 10 repetitions.
Dumbbell chest press on the floor
Lie on the floor, with the dumbbells in your hands and your feet flat on the floor.
Push the dumbbells up until your arms are completely straight.
Lower your arms until your elbows touch the ground.
Perform between 10 and 20 lifts.
Press on the head
Stand tall with your feet shoulder-width apart.
Grab the dumbbells with your palms facing up.
Raise both arms first to shoulder height and then up above your head.
Carefully lower your arms back to the starting position.
Do 20 repetitions.
The pulley handles on both sides of the machine should be set to the highest level, and be sure to set the weight to something you feel good about starting with. Feel free to start this exercise with lighter weights before moving up to heavier weights.
The feet should be shoulder-width apart.
Grab the handles, pull them down, and step your right leg forward. Your torso should be slightly bent at the waist. Your chest muscles should be stretched as you engage your core, breathe in, and straighten your arms.
Exhale and return to the starting position.
Complete 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
Lie on your stomach to do the cobra pose. The head should look down and the legs should be hip-width apart.
The palms of the hands should be on the ground, each on its respective side of the chest. Use your palms to push your chest up.
The legs and pelvis should remain on the ground. Stretch your neck well while looking at the sky. Breathing is the key: don’t forget to inhale and exhale!
Hold the pose for a few seconds before returning to the starting position.