5 Exercises That Can Make Your Breasts Look Bigger
Last week we brought you the foods that are said to encourage breast growth (the jury is still out on whether they actually work) and this week we're talking about the exercises that help to boost your bust.
Unlike the foods, these exercises have been known to make breasts appear bigger - please note, they do not increase breast size however they can lift them and make them more firm thus enhancing their appearance.
Also, you don't need to hit the gym to do these, they can all be done from the comfort of your own home and you cane decide how much time you dedicate to them and when you do them. In other words, they're perfect for busy mums!
This classic exercise builds up your pectoral and arm muscles meaning that it can give you a bit of a lift in the chest department. With your hands and feet shoulder-width apart on the ground (you can use your knees if you want), lower yourself down to the ground and then lift back up, keeping your back straight the entire time. Do 15 in each set.
Stand at arm's length, facing a wall. Place your hands on the wall and push against it without bending your elbows. Push for approximately 10 seconds and then stop for a break. Repeat this 20 times. Put on your favourite song in the background to keep you entertained and help you get into a rhythm. You could even challenge yourself to pushing during the verses and taking a break during the chorus.
As well as toning your triceps, these also work your chest. Sit on a bench or chair (make sure it's steady and won't topple easily) with your hands beside your hips, palms down and fingers facing forwards. Holding onto the edge, move your bum off the chair keeping your legs at approximately 90 degrees. Slowly lower yourself down towards the ground, bending at the elbows. Lift back up. Repeat 20 times.
Place your palms against each other in front of your chest, elbows up (like a prayer position). Push your palms against each other. You can either press in short bursts of press for 10 seconds. Repeat this 20 times. Again, as with the wall press, do this with music on or alternatively, do it whilst watching your favourite television show every day.
So it's not exactly an exercise but it is something you can do at the end of your exercise routine at home. Breast massage increases the blood flow and apparently stimulates prolactin production. Warm up your hands by rubbing them together, place them on the breasts and rub them inwards (clockwise on right and anticlockwise on left). Do this for about 10-15 minutes every day.