Let’s face it, ladies, our breasts often change due to weight gain, weight loss, pregnancy, or the nature of getting older. In my mid-twenties, I started to notice that my breasts weren’t as perky as they were in my late teens, going into my early twenties. Most women, like myself, are unaware of how to train one’s chest, which develops the muscles underneath her breasts, to enhance the look of the chest to make them appear larger. There is a natural way to enhance the look of your breasts or make them appear larger without surgery.
About a year ago, I noticed a dramatic change due to me lifting weights. I started doing chest workouts once a week and it really gave my breasts an extra lift. Let me be honest, this workout won’t turn B cups into Cs, but it will give you that extra oomph that most women are looking for without having to wear a push-up or padded bra. This workout will also create that sexy cleavage line. I worked out my chest once a week for two months and I noticed a big difference in the way they looked with and without clothes. I feel like I got my boobs back to their perky state and I want to help you do the same with these three simple exercises! For best results make sure you do this once or twice week.
Before you start your workout, it’s extremely important to stretch the part of the body you will be working on that day, so you won’t pull any muscles. Start off with light weights until your form is down, and then gradually increase in weight. Be sure to challenge yourself with heavier weights in order for the muscle growth to take place.
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DUMBBELL BENCH PRESS
Proper way to do theses Exercises (Jen Comas Keck)
Lie faceup on a bench with your arms straight, a dumbbell in each hand (A). Lower the dumbbells until they’re close to the sides of your chest (B), then press them back up to the starting position. That’s one rep. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions (reps).
Start on all fours, your palms slightly wider than your shoulders, feet close together. Your body should form a straight line from head to toe (A). Lower down until your chest almost touches the floor. Keep your upper arms at a 45-degree angle to your torso (B). Pause, then push back to the starting position. Do 3 sets of 10 reps and rest 90 seconds.
INCLINE DUMBBELL BENCH PRESS
Sit on an adjustable bench set to a low incline (about 15 to 30 degrees) and place your feet flat on the floor. Grasp two dumbbells and hold them up above your shoulders, arms straight (A). Slowly lower the weights down to the sides of your chest (B). Pause, then press the dumbbells back up toward the ceiling. Do 3 sets of 10 reps.
What is your favorite chest workout?
Will you be implementing any of these exercises in your daily routine? If so, which one?
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