It is well known that perfect breasts are one of the main attractions of the seductive curves of the body and that’s why most women are trying to raise their breasts in order to look younger and more fit.
For beautiful breasts, you need to practice muscles on the chest. The purpose of the exercise is not to increase the number of the bra, but to make your breasts more firm. These exercises will work in three areas of the body: the back (because solid breasts are not possible without the proper holding of the body), arms, and shoulders.
These exercises allow you to solidify and shape the upper part of your breasts. Small breasts will get a nice shape, and big breasts will rise higher. You will notice the difference between one or two months if you exercise every day. After a month or two, it is enough to practice twice a week to maintain the results achieved.
These are the recommended exercises:
Start on all fours with your hands on the floor, slightly wider than vertical with your shoulders, but in line with them.
The body should form a straight line from the shoulders to the ankles.
Squeeze your abs to the maximum and keep them tight.
Lower your body until your chest almost touches the floor, making sure your elbows are tucked in close to your torso.
Pause and return to the starting position.
Do 20 reps.
Incline Dumbbell Bench Press
Start by lying on an incline bench with a dumbbell in each hand. Hold them above you with your arms fully extended.
Pull your shoulder blades back and down on the bench as you lower the weights toward your chest.
Get a good chest stretch at the bottom, then press the dumbbells back to the starting position, squeezing your upper pecs and triceps at the top.
Complete 3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.
Seated Two Arm Cable Row
Attach a V-bar (or two equally sized rowing handles) to the cable machine and adjust the height so the tops of the handles are level with the center of your chest. Choose a weight that challenges you but doesn’t require you to struggle.
Next, sit on the bench with your knees slightly bent. Extend your arms and grab the handle with both hands. Lean back slightly so your core engages.
As you brace your abdominal muscles, roll your shoulders back and down, then pull the handles toward your stomach, bending your elbows so they “touch” your waist. Pause for a second, then slowly extend your arms, returning them to the starting position. That’s a repeat.