Lift Your Breasts…Naturally

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    Do Exercises That Build Up The Pectoral Muscles

    The breast mainly consists of fat, but the entire mass sits on top of a muscle called the pectoral. When you do exercises that build up this muscle, you provide a solid base to help hold up the fat on top to prevent sagging.  Here are two simple exercises you can do even in your home to help firm, lift and shape your breasts, no matter what size they are!

    • Push Ups: A simple set of at least 10 push ups a day can help strengthen the pectoral muscles and set you on your way to more lifted breasts.  The proper way to do a push up is to lay flat on your stomach with your hands placed flat on the ground under you about a shoulder’s width apart. Use your arms to push your body up into an even “plank” position where your butt is even with the rest of your body, and then come back down into resting position. If a full pushup is too hard for you, you can use the modified “girl version” of push ups by getting on your hands and knees, extending your arms out a few inches in front of you at shoulder’s width apart, and then use your knees to balance you as you bring your face and chest down to the ground in a push up.  Doing 50 push ups in a week will give you great results within a month! Trust me, it’s worth the work.

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    • Weight Lifting: Weight lifting is also another great way to build up the pectoral muscle. Bench pressing is one of the most ideal exercises in weight training to build up the chest, but if you are not that advanced in your training, try a simple balance ball exercise you can do at the gym or at home. Use a balance ball to support your weight under your upper back and extend your legs out in a 90 degree angle.  Five-pound free weights are recommended, but if the weight is a little too heavy for you, you can go down to three pounds. Start with a free weight in each hand with your hands rested on the ground at your sides.  Bring your arms up into a 90 degree angle and hold the position for a few seconds. As soon as you can no longer handle the position, drop the weights back down to your sides, take a few seconds to rest and go back into the same motion.

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