Friday, April 1, 2011

The Best Exercise for Breasts:

The Best Exercise for Breasts


If you want to tone and lift the breasts, you need to do exercises that target the pectoralis major and pectoralis minor muscles, which sit underneath the breasts. Various exercises that you can do at home may help to give your breasts a firmer appearance.

Chair Dip;

Chair dips target the triceps as well as the pectoral muscles. Sit on a sturdy chair, placing your hands on the edge of the chair. Bring your hips forward and lower yourself down until your knees are at a 90-degree angle. Push yourself back up and repeat. Keep your back straight and pull your stomach muscles in. Do not lock your arms on the way up; keep them bent and relaxed. Do 10 repetitions.

If done properly, wall presses can help tone and lift your breasts. To do this exercise properly, stand with your feet hip-width apart and face a wall. Put both hands on the wall and make sure your fingers are pointing upward. Think of it like you are doing push-ups against a wall. Bend your arms and bring your chest toward the wall. Keep your back straight and your stomach pulled in. Remain in this position for 10 seconds, and push against the wall until your arms are straight again. Take a 10-second break and do 10 repetitions. If you want to increase the intensity of this exercise, stand further away from the wall, according to

Push- Ups:

Push-ups are good for toning and strengthening the pectorals. To do them properly, you need to get on your hands and knees. Make sure your knees are in line with your hips. Put your hands flat on the floor, bring your body up and make sure your arms are straight but not locked. Bring your legs out behind you and straighten them. You should be holding your body up with your arms and toes. Make sure your toes are flexed and firmly planted on the floor. Pull your stomach muscles in and bring your chest to the floor. Remain in this position for five seconds. Bring yourself back up again and take a 10-second rest. Do 10 repetitions.


If you have joint, back or muscle problems, you should consult your doctor before embarking on an exercise regime.


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