Cosmetic surgery is not the only effective way to increase the size of your bust. You don’t have to go under the knife just to have boobs that can attract the attention of the opposite sex.
Artificial versus Permanent
Of course you can wear bras that will seemingly increase your breast size, and you can also wear paddings underneath your bra. However, the effect will only be temporary. If you want to really enhance the size of your breasts, you need to do specific exercises that will stimulate their growth.
A certified figure competitor and personal trainer stated that there are ways you can develop the muscles underneath your boobs. With such exercises, your breast will look bigger, enhancing their natural appearance.
But be realistic. With these exercises, you won’t increase your bust size from A cup into B cup. However, if you don’t use them, you are missing your chance to enhance the look of your boobs.
The Concept of These Bust Exercises
These exercises follow the principle that working your chest from different angles by using weights will ensure the inducement of a number of stimuli that will increase and develop their muscles. The result will often be the enhancement of the shape of your breasts.
The key to your success is the careful selection of weights that are adequately heavy for this purpose. While using such weights, you should be able to feel that you could perform two more reps at the time you are finishing one set.
It is better to challenge yourself by using heavier weights if you want to increase your breast size. And you need to do these exercises at least two times a week to get the best results.
Exercise 1 – Dumbbell bench press
Get a bench and lie on your back with a dumbbell in each hand and your arms straight up. Start lowering the dumbbells until they’re as closest to your chest. Then press them up to their original position. Repeat this routine 10 times and then proceed to exercise 2 without resting.
Exercise 2 – Pushup
Get to the floor on all fours with your feet close to each other and your palms a little wider than your shoulders. Your body should look like a straight line from your head to your toe.
Start lowering your body until your chest is about to touch the floor, while keeping your upper arms about 45 degrees to your torso. Then hold this position for a second and start pushing back up to your original position. Repeat 10 times and rest for about 90 seconds.
(After completing exercises 1 and 2, repeat them one more time and rest for 90 seconds before moving on to exercise 3).
Exercise 3 – Incline dumbbell bench press
Get an adjustable bench and set it to an incline of about 15 to 30 degrees. Sit on the bench with your feet flat on the ground. Hold a dumbbell in each hand, straighten your arms and push them above your shoulders.
Start lowering the weights downwards to your chest. Hold and then push them up again above your shoulder. Repeat 10 times and move on to exercise 4 without resting.
Exercise 4 – Dumbbell fly
Get a flat bench and lie on it with your feet on the ground. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and while keeping your elbows slightly bent, push them up above your shoulders. Start lowering the weights until your elbows are at the same level as your chest. While maintaining the slight bent of your elbows, push the weights back up. Repeat these movements 10 times and rest for 90 seconds.
(Repeat exercises 3 and 4 to end your workout).