Breast enlargement exercises can do more than help you to increase the firmness and cup size of your breasts. Research has proven that regular exercise can help to flush out harmful toxins from your lymphatic system, ensure your breast tissues receive essential nutrients, improve skin tone and energy, promote general breast care and can even prevent cancer and symptoms of PMS.
If you are genuinely serious about enhancing the size of your breasts, exercise is one the simplest and safest routes to follow. Below we have listed a concoction of tips and breast enlargement exercises routines to help you achieve increased breast enhancement in a matter of days.
So whether you are simply looking to reclaim the breasts of your youth or boost your confidence, each of these breast enlargement exercises can help.
Breast Enlargement Exercises
Routine One: this can be split into 3 stages. The first step is to lie down on a comfortable mat and place a weight in each hand. Next extend your arms out at approximately shoulder level before raising them towards each other above your body. To get the best out of this exercise, ensure that your midsection is firm and your elbows are slightly bent. Repeat this exercise 13 to 15 times.
Step two, keep yourself lying straight on the mat and lift your arms (and the weights) above your chest. Next lower the weights towards your chest and repeat 13-15 times.
Step three, stand up and with each weight in one of your hands, extend your arms to the side. Begin doing 15 small backward circles, slowly widening the circumferance as you go. Once you have completed these 15, repeat again but this time going forwards.
Routine Two: it is important to remember that your breasts actually contain no muscles, only fat cells, milk ducts, glands and connective tissue. However it is possible to tone the muscles which support your breasts thus helping your breast/chest line to be firmer and make your breasts look larger.
A couple of tricks you can try to help this toning and visual enhancement is to do a mixture of pec presses, butterfly presses, wall-ups and pectoral push-ups.
Forgetting the ‘fanciness’ of the names of these exercises, every single one of them can help support your dreams of larger, firmer breasts.
Pec Press: Preferably using 3lb-5lb weights, lie down on a mat and keep your knees bent. Next stretch out your arms and slowly bring your arms together above your chest, hold for a second and then slowly bring down your arms. Repeat 10-12 times and make sure you do this exercise at least 3 times every other day.
Butterfly Press: Same as the pec press use 3lb-5lb weights. This time sit on the edge of a chair with your back straight and keep your arms at your sides. Next slowly begin to raise your arms until they are about shoulder level and hold this position for 4 seconds. After 4 seconds slowly lower your arms. Perform 5-7 of these 3 times a day every other day.
Wall ups: This one is slightly more intense than the others. Standing two feet from a wall, place your hands at chest level and push against the wall. Next slowly lean towards the wall using only your arms and chest muscles. Stop only when your nose touches the wall. Repeat this motion 15 times.
To help increase the positive effects of this exercise, try counting to 15 seconds when the force of your lean is most felt, before finishing the complete movement.
Pectoral Push-Ups: Similar to press ups lie face down on the floor and slowly lift yourself up. It is important during this exercise that you keep your forearms and elbows on the floor. Hold this position for thirty seconds before lowering yourself down and repeating five times.
Routine Three: Otherwise known as the Stabdhasana, here you simply stand straight with your feet a shoulder length apart. Slowly raise your arms until they reach shoulder level, keep your elbows bent and place your hands in front of your chest. Next bend your wrists slightly into an upwards position, spread out the fingers of your hands and try to imagine that you are pressing your hands against a solid object that is forcing the muscles in your hands, forearms, upper arm and chest to tighten. Keep yourself in this position and hold it for 20 seconds, remembering to keep your muscles tights. Repeat 3 to 5 times.
Routine Four: Also known as the Dwikonasana, begin by getting yourself into the same position used on routine three. This time though extend your arms behind your back and interlock your fingers. Next bend forward from your hips, and at the same time, try to raise your arms as high as you can behind your back. Make sure to use your arms to accentuate the stretch occurring across your shoulders and chest, and keep your face parallel to the floor. Hold this position for 30 seconds before returning to your starting position. Relax your arms and then repeat again 3 to 5 times.
Routine Five: the ‘Sajah Stabdhasana’: first sit on your legs – making sure that they are touching the ground – face forward and hold out your arms straight to the sides, keeping them at shoulder level. Next stretch out your hands pointing them backwards. Keeping your back, head and neck in line with your body hold this position for 20 seconds and repeat 3 to 5 times.
Routine Six: Lie flat on your stomach with your legs straight and your feet together. Next place your palms on the floor, slightly below the level of your shoulders, and keep your fingers facing forwards. Once in position, point your elbows backwards and keep them close to your sides. Resting your forehead on the floor, relax your whole body and slowly raise your head, neck and shoulders. Make sure to keep your elbows straight and use your back muscle to raise yourself as high as you can. Once you have gone as far as you can, next use your arm muscles to further raise your body and arch your back more. Lift your head to the ceiling and keeping your pubic bone in contact with the floor, before raising your navel. Hold this position for 20 seconds before repeating another 5 times. To help intensify the exercise try to increase the time you hold the posture.
Routine Seven: Begin sitting on your legs before standing on your knees and keeping your feet together. Lean backwards, slowly reaching for your right heel with your right hand. Next do the same but with your left hand and left heel. Be careful not to strain yourself. Once you are comfortable push your abdomen forward, keep your thighs vertical, and bend your head and spine backwards as far as possible. We suggest using your arms and legs to support your body weight, and try to relax yourself into the stretch. Keep this position for 20 seconds before repeating 3 to 5 times.
Every one of these breasts enlargement exercises can help boost the effects that breast serums can have on your body. By combining these two methods together you can easily, naturally and safely increase your bust size without having to risk the dangers of surgery.
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