10 Best Exercises To Firm And Lift Your Breasts Naturally




The best way to make this happen is to invest in a great push-up bra or go under the knife, there are ways to train the chest muscles for increasing the mass and this will make them look fuller.

1. Dumbbell Chest Press

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How to do?

  • Take a dumbbell in both your hands and sit at the end of a bench.
  • Lie on the bench, keeping the knees bent and feet on the floor.
  • For setting up the bench press, bring the arms to the side and keep it parallel to the floor.
  • Bend the elbows so that the weights are parallel to the upper arm.
  • Brace the core and start to extend the arms.
  • Start pushing the dumbbells away from floor towards the middle of the body.
  • As the arms are fully extended, stop and begin lowering the weights to the starting position.

Number of Repetitions: Perform 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: Even bench press is a conventional chest exercise when you use dumbbells; it gives a greater range of motion and strengthens the chest muscle.

[ Read: Yoga Poses to Tighten Sagging Breasts ]




2. Stability Ball Dumbbell Fly

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How to do:

  • Rest the upper body on stable ball and form an angle of 90 degrees with the body.
  • Keep the upper legs and the trunks straight with the knees bent. Keep the feet flat on the ground. Keep one dumbbell in each hand.
  • Maintain tight cored and extend the arms facing the palms up.
  • The elbows should be slightly bent. Your arms have to be parallel to the floor.
  • Start raising both the dumbbells towards the midline. Feel your pectoral muscles working as you get them there.
  • Reaching the center, lower back down slowly, little past the starting position till you feel stretch in the chest. This will be 1 rep.

Number of Repetitions: Do 3 sets of 12 reps.

How it Helps: It targets the pectoral muscles having isolated moves with greater payoffs.

[ Read: Yoga Postures to Increase Breast Size ]




3. Medicine Ball Superman

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How to do:

  • Lie on your stomach and keep arms extended in front.
  • Take the medicine ball in your hand. The neck and hand need to be neutral.
  • Use the core and the chest for raising the upper body and the legs. Take the medicine ball up the ground.
  • Lift it as high as possible and avoid straining the neck.
  • Pause at the top and return back to position.

Number of Repetitions: Complete 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: This exercise will work on the chest and the core.

[ Read: How to Increase Breast Size Naturally ]




4. Dumbbell Pullover

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How to do?

  • Sit at the end of a bench or stability ball. Hold lifter or moderate weight dumbbell on each hand.
  • Walk the feet till the knees while lying back to form 90 degree angle.
  • Keep the dumbbell in hands so that it is perpendicular to the ground and straight up the chest.
  • Lower the dumbbell behind the head to form an arc. Pause and return to starting position.

Number of Repetitions: Do 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: It hits plenty of muscles which you did not know existed.

[ Read: How to Tighten Saggy Breast with Olive Oil ]




5. Cable Crossover

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How to do?

  • Position the pulleys above the head and grab its handles.
  • Step forward and the pull-down the handles together in front with arms extended and bending a little at the waist.
  • Put a little bend in the elbow and in controlled movement allow the arms to come up as you feel a stretch in the chest.
  • Return to starting position.

Number of Repetitions: Do 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: Each part of the chest gets worked for a proper rounded look.

6. Incline Dumbbell Chest Press

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How to do?

  • Place the bench in an inclined position and seat on it with dumbbells on both hands.
  • Lie down and bring the dumbbells towards the chest. Keep arms parallel to the ground and the elbows bent.
  • Push it up straight for extending the arms and bringing dumbbells above you.
  • Stop and lower back the arms a little past parallel.

Number of Repetitions: Do 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: This really hit the upper pectoral muscle of your body.

[ Read: Home Remedies to Tighten Breast Muscles ]




7. Barbell Bench Press

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How to do?

  • Lie down on the bench on your back and feet on the floor.
  • The barbell should be supported by the arms and rest it across the chest.
  • Place the hand on the bar, shoulder-length apart.
  • Brace the core and extend the arms.
  • Push the barbell up, straight. Stop and lower back down close to the chest.

Number of Repetitions: Do 3 sets of 12 repetitions.

How it Helps: This exercise is the key to building your strength.

8. Push ups with Medicine Ball

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How to do?

  • Get into a push-up position and rest the left hand on the medicine ball and then the right hand on the floor.
  • Lower the body about an inch from the floor and start pressing up.
  • In the up position, move the left hand on the floor and hit right on the ball.

Number of Repetitions: Do these 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

How it Helps: It is one of the best whole-body exercises that also target the pectoral muscles.

9. Cobra Pose

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How to do?

  • Lie on your stomach and keep the legs extended to the top. The feet should be resting on the floor.
  • Place hands under the shoulders and keep the elbows tucked in.
  • Start to lift the chest and head off the floor and draw the shoulder back.
  • Straighten the arms as much as you can.
  • Hold this pose for thirty seconds and return to starting position.

Number of Repetitions: Do this three times.

How it Helps: It can help in activating the chest muscles.

10. Swimming

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How to do: Learning to swim can take some time. You have to learn to float, train for breathing underwater, and then start stroking and treading water.

Number of Repetitions: Swim once in a day.

How it Helps: Tones the chest muscles and build strength.

Incorporate 3 or 4 exercises 2 times in a week and see the difference. Thereafter, you can rotate through. Keep in mind that you have to focus on muscle-mind connection.

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Written by: Pravallika Menon

Pravallika Menon is editor & Writer for "BeautyEpic.com". Full time beautician for a organic Hair n Makeup saloon. She has completed graduation in Andhra University. Social Activist & Yoga Trainer.

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